No Time To Die director: James Bond was actually one…

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James Bond was a rapist in the fourth James Bond film Thunderball. This is what director Cary Joji Fukunaga said during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

44-year-old director Cary Joji Fukunaga points to a scene from thunder, 1965 film in which Sean Connery played the character of James Bond. In this scene, Bond violently kisses the nurse, while refusing his advances. In another scene, Bond blackmails the nurse: If she splits the sheets with him, he won’t leak any information that might cost her her job. Then he takes off the woman’s clothes and pushes her into the sauna.

Scenes like this won’t be filmed today, says Fukunaga, who is directing the highly anticipated new Bond movie: No time to die. “Basically, Bond was a rapist,” he said. “That kite won’t fly today.” also in gold finger, the third James Bond film, will contain a scene that can no longer be tolerated today: a lesbian character who must be “treated”.

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female successor

Unlike the first films, the 25th James Bond film is committed to gender equality. No time to die It’s even described as a Bond movie with the most equal proportions of male and female characters. MORE: Actress Lashana Lynch may be Craig’s successor — who already announced in 2016 that he was going to stop doing the role.

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Although Barabba Broccoli, executive producer of the Bond films since 1995, has indicated that it is best to leave the role with a man. She has said, “I think, with some kicking and screaming, people are finally starting to accept that misogynistic scenes are no longer acceptable. Thank God. Bond is a character that was written in 1952 and the first movie came out in 1962. We don’t have to turn male characters into female characters, But let’s create more female characters and make the story work for them.”

No time to die Premiere at Albert Hall in London on September 28. No replacement for Daniel Craig has been officially announced.

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