There is a limit to which all the movie franchises can go up to. However, there are few quite as vast and long-running as the movie franchise of James Bond. 007’s adventures as an MI6 agent have kept the audiences in excitement for decades. The Eon Productions are showing no signs of slowing down even a tad bit.
However, Daniel Craig’s contract as Bond will eventually come to an end with Cary Joji Fukunaga’s ‘No Time to Die.’ The highly anticipated massive movie has been pushed back a numerous amount of times, but actress Lea Seydoux was able to see through the theatrical cut. Additionally, she even shared her thoughts on Bond.
Lea Seydoux Second Time Role In A Bond Movie
Lea Seydoux will be getting her second appearance in the Bond franchise with No Time to Die. She is playing the role of a psychiatrist, Dr. Madeleine Swann. She’s reprising the role back to when she debuted with Spectre, one of many coming back characters set to return in the next movie. No Time to Die was delayed for over seven months due to the concerns raised over the global COVID-19 pandemic. Seydoux recently spoke in an interview and gave out some movie’s contents, saying:
“There’s a lot of emotion in this Bond. It’s very moving. I bet you’re going to cry. When I watched it, I cried, which is weird because I am in it.”
One Long Emotional Journey
Daniel Craig’s period as 007 has seen the franchise make some massive changes, including introducing serialized storytelling. While Bond movies have historically been a completely different series from each other. Each movie starring Craig is somehow connected to the previous one. His actions are coincided by the events of his previous adventures, with characters and plotlines helping to connect each blockbuster.
And with No Time to Die almost completing the final installment in this slate of movies, it’s no doubt it’s going to be an emotional journey for James Bond.
No Time to Die is currently set to hit the theaters on November 25th.