No Time To Die director criticizes old Bond films: James Bond was a rapist | showbiz

MovieKari Joji Fukunaga (44), director of the latest Bond movie No Time To Die, disagreed with 007’s actions in some of the previous films. “He was actually a rapist,” says the man.

Carrie Joji Fukunaga explains that Sean Connery’s version of James Bond was actually a Thunderball rapist. He grabbed a woman and forcibly kissed her even though she refused his advances. Then he blackmailed that same woman to sleep with him. He said he would share incriminating information with the police if she didn’t sleep with him. Well, then you are actually raping someone.”

“The character—played by Molly Peters—says ‘No, no, no’ all the time and says ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah,'” he continues. “In the zeitgeist at the time, that was possible. Today, such storylines are completely out of the question. But you see how fast James Bond has evolved since the early years. It is good that people – of course sometimes with protest and grumbling – are finally beginning to accept that such things are inappropriate. everything is OK! Bond is a character with a long history, and it is interesting to see how different his portrayal today is than it was in the 1950s. It changes with the ideal.”

No Time To Die is the most comprehensive Bond movie to date, as the ratio between male and female actors is perfectly balanced. “In this movie, I’m the one who should show more naked than the Bond girls,” said Daniel Craig – current 007 – proudly. “I had to spend a lot of time in the gym to look so toned, but it was worth it.” In fact, according to Craig, feminism is why the next James Bond actor shouldn’t be a woman: “Women should have their own distinct, powerful roles,” he says. Men. We just need to create more interesting roles for actresses.”

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