Ana de Armas Says There’s ‘No Need For A Female Bond,’ But Calls For ‘More Substantial’ Roles For Women In 007 Movies

There’s been a lot of conversation about switching things around while projecting the following James Bond, with ideas the following entertainer to play 007 be an ethnic minority or a lady.

Ana de Armas, who showed her activity legend cred while playing Paloma close by Daniel Craig in “No Time to Die”, isn’t persuaded a female Bond is essentially a positive development.

“There’s no requirement for a female Bond,” de Armas said in a new meeting with The Sun.

“There ought not be any need to take another person’s personality, you know, to assume control over,” she made sense of. “This is a novel, and it leads into this James Bond world and this dream of that universe where he’s at.”

All things being equal, one way de Armas figures the establishment can be improved is by growing more huge female jobs.

“What I would like is that the female jobs in the Bond films, despite the fact that Bond will keep on taking care of business, are rejuvenated another way,” she said. “That they’re given a more significant part and acknowledgment. That is my thought process is more fascinating than flipping things.”

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