French actress stars in a new 007 movie with Daniel Craig, Rami Malk, Lashana Lynch, and many more
Lea Seydoux indicated that she was happy to see James Bond welcome strong female leads, but that there is still room for improvement.
Seydoux spoke on “Good Morning America” about her role as Madeleine Swann, the Bond film’s latest installment. The movie hits theaters Friday. The French actress, Seydoux, said that the term “Bond girl”, which is so popular today, should be dropped.
Seydoux spoke out about her role and said she was happy that her character was “quite surprising for a Bond girl” because she isn’t here to please James Bond. This time, she’s a real Bond woman, with depth and vulnerability.
Seydoux was credited as lead actor Daniel Craig in the film’s latest installment. This will be Craig’s last role as James Bond.
“I feel like I can thank Daniel for being a feminist. It’s because of him, that the female characters have evolved so much. She said that it was time for stronger female characters and she is very happy about that.
Seydoux’s part in the film’s new movie is significant because she’s the only female to take on the role of 007 in two movies. The stat was described as “incredible” by Seydoux.
She laughed and said, “I guess James Bond is romantic.”
She explained that she was able to “understand the relationship between James Bond, Madeleine, and why they are so closely connected because they were both orphans.” “This time, it’s very emotional. This may be why people have really connected with this story.”
Seydoux has also had some memorable moments at the gig. One of these was the opportunity to see the film at its London premiere, which was also attended by members of the British royals.
She said, “It was an amazing experience to be right next to the royal family.” It was an incredible experience, and it is Daniel Craig’s last James Bond film. The film moved people greatly. It’s a joy that everyone loves it. Seydoux stated that she hopes the film “reunites people,” especially after the delays it faced during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Cinema can also be a way for people to share their emotions. So I’m happy that the film is out, happy about its success and happy for Daniel. It has been an amazing experience. “I’m fortunate enough to have been in two films.”