What if the next James Bond was non-binary? The producer of the franchise, Barbara Broccoli, does not close the door to such an idea.
Who will be the next James Bond? Speculation continues as Daniel Craig has just bowed out in Dying Can Wait, released on October 6.
Asked by host Anna Smith on the podcast “Girls On Film“Barbara Broccoli, producer of the saga, first assured that James Bond would remain a man.
“I think it should be a man. I don’t think a woman should play James Bond. It’s better to create suitable roles for women and not just have them play male roles. Seems to me that there aren’t enough great roles for women, and it’s very important to make films for women by women, so James Bond should be a British man, regardless of his ethnicity. or his race “, she stressed.
I don’t think a woman should play James Bond. It is better to create suitable roles for women and not just make them play male roles.
Anna Smith then continued the exchange by asking if the new 007 could be non-binary and use the pronoun “They” (Iel in French). Non-binary or genderqueer people identify neither strictly male nor strictly female, but in between, a mixture of the two, or neither.
Why not, who knows? I’m open to the idea you know. You just have to find the right actor.
“Why not, who knows? I’m open to the idea you know. You just have to find the right actor.”, replied Barbara Broccoli. If Her Majesty’s secret agent will remain a man, the door remains open regarding other aspects of his personality. In the meantime, the public is impatient at the idea of knowing Daniel Craig’s successor in the secret agent’s tuxedo. It won’t be revealed until next year.
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