If former Bond girl Valerie Leon has her way, the world will never see a James Bond woman.
The 75-year-old actress who starred in "The Spy Who Loved Me" in 1977 and "Never Say" in 1983 Never again involved in "Good Morning Britain": "The world has gone crazy, I'm dressed in black I grieve that we're here to talk about Bond as a woman. "
He was conceived as a man, Ian Fleming created him as a man. "
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The London-born Leon added, "He's a fantasy, so many men wanted to be Bond, and women wanted to be Bond, how can people imagine a woman as Bond? # 39; I will not choose a woman as a murderer or killer. "
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Finally, she offered a more practical argument "Why should producers change something that has been so successful for years?"
Leon is not the only Bond girl with these feelings.
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Eva Green, who appeared alongside Daniel Craig in "Casino Royale" as Vesper Lynd, previously said Bond should always be one Be a man.
"GoldenEye" star Pierce Brosnan made headlines over the weekend by supporting the idea of a James Bond woman, but said he did not think that this would be the case with current producers of the Franchise would happen.
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Still the feminist point of view Perhaps he will gain momentum.
Craig's upcoming "No Time to Die" will most likely be revealed as Bond's next agent 007: actress Lashana Lynch.
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"There is a crucial scene at the beginning of the movie where M & # 39; Come in 007 & walks in Lashana says, who is black, beautiful and a woman, "a Bond insider claimed earlier. "It's a moment when popcorn is dripping, Bond is still Bond, but he's been replaced by this awesome woman as 007."