No Time To Die s L a Seydoux Says The Bond Girl Label Is Outdated

Get the Full StoryCoinciding with No Time To Die making a promising start at the box office, one of its stars is now acknowledging how much the franchise has progressed in terms of representation of women while also speaking out about how to make improvements going forward, Fox News reports.

No Time To Die represents the final outing for its star Daniel Craig as James Bond, who has historically been a rather misogynistic character, an aspect of the films Craig himself has said he tried to help reform for modern sensibilities during his tenure as the martini-swilling secret agent. For instance, the character has been notably less promiscuous and more faithful to his women love interests during the Craig era, beginning with 2006 s Casino Royale.