Daniel Craig kills idea that Phoebe Waller Bridge was Bond Diversity Hire


    Please do not ask No time to die Star Daniel Craig when the hiring of Emmy-winning writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge was because she's a woman. He does not like it and he will let you know. In a recent interview, a reporter had the audacity to ask Craig exactly that question, which did not hold back his answer.

    "Look, we're having a talk here about Phoebe's sex, which damn thing is ridiculous, she's a great writer, why not lure Phoebe on Bond?"

    With said reporter Now undoubtedly more than a little red, Daniel Craig continued to dismantle her question, stating categorically that he was steadfastly and unwilling to depreciate Waller-Bridge merely as a diversity lender.

    RELATED: No time to film shooting, Daniel Craig makes a speech at Bond 25 Wrap Party

    "I know where you're going, but I want this one I do not know what you're trying to do, but it's wrong, it's totally wrong, she's a damn good writer, she's one of the best English writers, I said, "Can we win her for the movie?" That's where I came from. "

    Craig took some of that wonderful swear language and let the reporter know that he undoubtedly knew what they meant to do with that line interrogation. The James Bond star even states that he himself asked to include the writer in the project.

    "She's just awesome, I've been watching her since the first fleabag and then I saw her kill Eva and what she did with it and just wanted her voice, it's so unique – we have the great privilege of having them aboard. "

    Craig cites his love for Phoebe Waller Bridge and her previous small canvas works Fleabag and Killing Eve who drew his attention to him, and that it was the unmistakable voices in these two critically acclaimed works, show that he did not want to die for . She was so popular on set that Phoebe Waller Bridge will return for James Bond 26 .

    No Time to The finds Bond leave active service and now enjoy a peaceful life in Jamaica. As is so often the case with the spy, his peace is short-lived, thanks to the arrival of his old friend Felix, head of the CIA, who appears and asks for help. When asked to rescue a kidnapped scientist, it turned out that the deceptively simple task was far more treacherous than expected and led Bond to the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

    news that No Time to Die is the most expensive Bond movie ever made, and that for Craig as a legendary MI6 agent there are many reasons as well Gives upset when the movie is released on April 8, 2020. Just do not ask Craig any stupid questions. This latest Bond information is from The Times .

     Jon Fuge in the Movieweb


    Leave a reply