Lashana Lynch took the mentale from Daniel Craig in the last Craig movie of the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die. We already did a rumour killer that the producer of the franchise doesn’t want a woman to represent the character.
Lashana was happy that her Jamaican and London heritage was shown well in the movie. She doesn’t know (as of this writing) if she is allowed to speak on the matter or if she will be casted in the upcoming leg of this movie franchise.
Lashana knows that the decision to choose the next James Bond would be tough one because legends have played the role and made themselves look valuable as 007. With no possibility of a women in the 007 role, one has to ponder if Lashana will get her due or will it go into oblivion.
While Lashana has no information on what the future of the franchise holds for her, she is optimistic and hopes that things will be better in due time. As the dust settles, the clarity comes to life and we get a new view to things.
Lynch spoke about her situation stating:
She represents awkward Brit girls like me who have a lot to say, but sometimes don’t really know how to come across. I wanted Nomi to have a little bit of that; still figuring it out. I didn’t want there to be this clean-cut version of the first 007 being a Black woman. I wanted to ensure that she was still trying to be quick on her feet, but also failing in ways and not showing it.
She has also appeared in the historical epic The Woman King as a fearsome Izogie. The film tells the tale of an all-female warrior regiment that served and protected the West African kingdom of Dahomey in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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