James Bond creator says new 007 may be non-binary

One of the producers of the James Bond movies has finally answered the question of who will be the next star of the franchise.

James Bond could be non-binary in the future, a producer has revealed.


Barbara Broccoli confirmed that the next 007 would not be female, but the character could be identified as non-binary during Friday’s episode. girls on film podcast. Non-binary is defined as someone who does not identify as being male or female, usually preferring to go by the pronouns “they” or “them”.

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Broccoli replied, “I do, because I don’t think we should be making films where women are playing men.”

“I think we should make more films about women,” she continued. “I think Bond would be a man.”


“Non-binary, maybe, maybe one day?” Host Anna Smith asked.

“Who knows?” Broccoli replied. “I mean, I think it’s open. We just have to find the right actor.”

Craig has said before He doesn’t believe the next James Bond should be a woman one of two.

“Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be just as good a part as James Bond, but for a woman?” He told Radio Times in an interview.


Craig will officially kick off his run as the famous detective character no time to die,

Meanwhile, producer Broccoli previously stated in an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Today that the search for Craig’s replacement would not begin until at least 2022, with no clear front runner emerging at this time outside of fan speculation.

This article originally appeared on Fox News and is reproduced here with permission



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