The 25th James Bond Film “No time to die” will be the last film in the franchise to play Daniel craig. The film is also preparing some premieres thanks to the star Lashana Lynch.
“No Time To Die” is published by MGM, the film studio being acquired by Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN).
Here are 5 things you might not know about Lashana Lynch.
1. First Black, Woman 007: One of the main plot points of “No Time To Die” will see James Bond go into exile.
Lynch plays Nomi in the film, the character who replaces Bond as Agent 007. Lynch will be the franchise’s first Black and first female 007, with two historic premieres occurring at the same time.
Lynch recently said that the role in “No Time To Die” is a step in the right direction for race and gender stereotypes in movies.
“In every project I participate in, regardless of budget or genre, the Black experience I present has to be 100% authentic,” Lynch said in an interview with Harper Bazaar.
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2. Won’t be the next James Bond: James Bond producer Barbara broccoli has been asked many times over the years who will be the next James Bond. Based on Broccoli’s current responses, Lynch won’t be the next Bond.
“James Bond is a male character. I don’t think we have to take a male character and have it portrayed by a female, ”Broccoli said.
In “No Time To Die,” it’s important to remember that Lynch becomes 007 and doesn’t take on the character or name of James Bond.
Daniel craig has starred in five James Bond films over the past 16 years and will give way to a new Bond after “No Time To Die”.
Fans are already pushing for a Lynch character spinoff if she can’t be the next Bond.
3. School of Drama: Lynch graduated from ArtsEd, a drama school in London, England. Julie andrews is one of the school’s most notable alumni.
During her second year, Lynch received the Laurence Olivier scholarship. The award is given to drama students across the UK Ewan McGregor and Michael sheen are among the former laureates.
4. Athletics at school and in the cinema: Lynch’s first feature film starred in an athletic film called “Fast Girls.” The 2012 film focuses on a runway rivalry.
Lynch said in an interview with Wired that she competed in track and field competitions at school, including running the 100 meters.
Despite the track’s history, the stars of “Fast Girls” participated in an intense training program for the film.
“I did track and field in school and always stayed pretty fit so I wasn’t at all intimidated by that prospect,” Lynch said of training for ‘Fast Girls’. .
“But I was in a surprise and it turned out to be a real baptism of fire.”
olympic sprinters Jeanette Kwakye and Shani Anderson helped the stars through ten weeks of preparation and filming. The training consisted of four hours a day, five times a week.
“Our training was pretty much the same as that of an Olympic athlete, but more condensed.
5. Romeo and Juliet Star Suite: Lynch received good reviews for her role as Rosaline Capulet in the “Still Star-Crossed” series. The show only lasted seven episodes and aired on Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) ABC Channel.
The show was produced by Shonda rhime and acted as a sequel to the popular story of Romeo and Juliet. The show was based on a book by Melinda Taub.
Photo by Nicole Dove, © 2019 DANJAQ, LLC and MGM.
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