No Time To Die: ‘You have to honour James Bond of old’ says Moneypenny star Naomie Harris
Whatever the case, the MeToo movement and questions over Bond’s advances in outings as recent as Skyfall have seen the 007 franchise commit to a change of sorts.
Just last year, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli told the BBC: “The Me Too movement has had a huge impact – rightfully, thankfully – on society, and these films should reflect that, as everything we do should.”
While Daniel Craig added: “Bond has always adapted for the times. But you’re dealing with a character who is flawed, who has issues, and I think that’s something that’s worth still exploring and grappling with.
“Of course, we wouldn’t be movie-makers or creative people if we didn’t have an eye on what was going on in the outside world.”
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