“James Bond R * pes A Woman by Sean Connery?” No Time to Die Cary creator Joji Fukunaga slams movie



No Time to Die director says Sean Connery’s James Bond won’t fly today (Photo Credit: Movie Still / Instagram / Imdb)

While Daniel Craig is set to play the iconic James Bond one last time in No Time to Die, the character is one that will never go out of style. We have already heard of the alleged ongoing search for a successor. But no one will ever forget the old one and especially the veterans. Sean Connery was the torchbearer of the 007 Prodigy as he played the costumed spy over 6 decades ago. He has fans across the world and the late star has successfully passed the baton to the next.

After Daniel Craig reprized the character in 2006 with Casino Royale, things changed and the James Bond universe became more inclusive in nature. But as they say, everything that was done in the past can no longer be justified today. Director Cary Joji Fukunaga, who directed No Time To Die, is definitely not a fan of Connery’s version of the 007 star. In his last interview, he criticized him and you can find everything below. you need to know about it.

Cary Joji Fukunaga was in conversation with The Hollywood Reporter as he prepares for the release of No Time To Die. The filmmaker, while talking about the old-fashioned take of James Bond, calls out Sean Connery’s version of him. Cary says he hates a woman and it won’t be going well these days.

The No Time To Die director said, “Is it Thunderball or Goldfinger where, like, basically, Sean Connery’s character is a woman? She says ‘No, no, no’, and he says ‘Yes, yes, yes’. It wouldn’t fly today.

Meanwhile, it was also alleged that Cary Joji Fukunaga brought Phoebe Waller-Bridge on board for No Time To Die after the #MeToo boom. The move has been criticized as a gimmick for looking awake. The filmmaker rejects the same.

“I think it’s the expectation, a woman writing really strong female roles, but it’s something Barbara already wanted,” he insists. “From my first conversations with [Broccoli], it was a very strong training. You can’t change Bond overnight into a different person. But you can certainly change the world around it and the way it should function in this world. It’s the story of a white man being a spy in this world, but you have to be prepared to lean in and get the job done to make female characters more than just tricks.

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