If there is one thing that Bond never forgets to pack it is the girls he plans to, well, let me think of a euphemism, how about spoon? Bond, though now sporting blonde hair and watery blue eyes, feels the same way in Casino Royale.
Bond Girls Interviews
ComingSoon has recently caught up with the latest set of Bond girls and discussed the upcoming film, Casino Royale, among other things.
CS: So how do you know when you've found just the right actor for a role like that?
Debbie McWilliams: You know immediately. It quite often takes that long to find someone that you really like for the part, which is why and initially, Eva wasn't available although she was on the first list I ever made. It wasn't until we searched all over the world and then spent a few weeks in America looking at people there, then we said, well let's just go back and ask her again. For an actress, to be presented with a Bond script, it's a very hard decision to make, because they'll always forever be known as the girl who was in the Bond film, which perhaps may have slightly worried Eva to begin with. Once she read the script, she realized what a fabulous part it was. There's never been a role as wonderful for a woman as this part, and she'll be fantastic in it.
CS: Is that true, Eva? Why did you decide finally to be a Bond Girl?
Eva Green: I think this is one of the best scripts I've read for a long time, and it's not like a cliché movie or anything like that. It's a very deep, profound movie with a lot of twists and turns. The love story moved me, and it's not like an action movie. That's why I'm doing this movie, and this character is a gift for an actor, so you can't say no. You'd be quite a moron.
Check out all the Bong Girl interviews over at CS.
Casino Royale comes to theatres on November 17th.
For more clips, movie stills, production photos, teaser trailer, synopsis and movie info, go to the Casino Royale Movie Page.
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