Next 007 should be a woman says Bond star Pierce Brosnan

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Pierce Brosnan and American actress Denise Richards on the set of "The World Is Not Enough".

"We've watched the guys do it for the last 40 years".

The actor, who played the iconic character for seven years between 1995 to 2002, said it would be "exhilarating and exciting" for a female to play 007. According to Pierce Brosnan himself, it is complicated that we can get to see a woman as the protagonist: "I don't think it happens with the Broccolis, I don't think it happens under his command". "It is written as a man and probably stays as a man". Still, he had nothing but praise for his own experiences with the franchise.

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James Bond's treatment of women in previous films has come under question in recent years and Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge was brought on to the writing team, tasked with making its female characters "feel like real people". I will be asked about him until my dying days - it just goes with the territory. "I was honored to play the role and I rejuvenated a franchise that had been dormant".

While Brosnan told The Hollywood Reporter the franchise would need to change its approach to female characters because "the #MeToo movement has been relevant and significant and well needed in our society", he also praised the directing talent of Roman Polanski and Woody Allen, both of whom have been accused of sexually assaulting minors. "So they'll have to address that". In the face of all the rumours and speculation that Lashana Lynch is expected to take on the baton as the next 007, Brosnan was in approval of the idea.

Broccoli previously said in an interview with The Guardian that "Bond is male". "It's a popcorn-dropping moment". I would suspect so, because men will continue to be men and women likewise.

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