“I was very sad”
Lee Seydoux talks about his emotional final day on set with Daniel Craig, who made his last appearance as James Bond no time to die.
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“To me, he’s the James Bond of my generation, so it felt a little sad,” she said.
Describing their final encounter on set, Seydoux said that while she knew Craig was “sensible and shy about his feelings”, she still saw that the experience was “quite a lot” for her co-star.
“I was very sad,” she continued. “I didn’t show it [at the time]But I cried.”
Meanwhile, speculation is rife about who will step in to fill Craig’s shoes.
Ricky Gervais has offered himself up to the next 007, and Keir Starmer believes a female actor should play the role.
However, Craig’s co-star Ben Whishaw, who plays Q in the franchise, has expressed his desire for a gay actor to play Bond.
“Of course I’d like to see that,” he said. attitude. “I really believe that we should be working towards a world where anyone can play anything and it would be really thrilling if no one cares about one’s sexuality to play a role like this.”
He continued: “I think it will be real progress. But we will see, we will see where we are at. I am amazed how much has changed in the last five or six years, so we will see.”
no time to die Yesterday (September 30) was released in the UK and has received largely positive reviews.