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Entertainment Lashana Lynch felt empowered working on 'No Time To Die'

14:40  26 september  2020
14:40  26 september  2020 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

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No Time to Die Brings a Sense of Empowerment to the Traditional Bond Girl Says Lashana You just have this whole sense of empowerment that is really important to feel when you're going to Lashana Lynch plays Nomi, has long been rumored to be taking over the role of 007 in No Time to

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Lashana Lynch standing in front of a building: Lashana Lynch describes her No Time To Die character Nomi as a 'bad a** ninja' (Image by Universal Pictures) Lashana Lynch describes her No Time To Die character Nomi as a 'bad a** ninja' (Image by Universal Pictures)

Lashana Lynch has opened up about the modern approach that No Time To Die has taken with its female characters, saying that she felt a self of empowerment as she worked on the James Bond blockbuster.

The beloved spy franchise has a long and complicated history with its treatment of women. But during her conversation with Tech Radar the Captain Marvel star made it clear that all of the female characters in No Time To Die feel “completely authentic” and know that “they’re enough.”

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And it seems that No Time To Die could shake Bond up more than ever, with one long-swirling rumour suggesting that Lashana Lynch ’s incoming new 00-agent Nomi might actually have the Speaking in Empire’s world exclusive No Time To Die issue, Lynch responded to the rumour-mill and the wider

Lashana Lynch 's character may not be replacing James Bond, but the new female agent is more of a Bond equal than a Bond girl. In the case of No Time to Die , the power is not just intellectual. Lynch jokingly asked the stuntmen While the training was so intense she sometimes felt like passing out

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“You just have this whole sense of empowerment that is really important to feel when you're going to work, but also important to show younger generations coming up."

Lynch also discussed the long conversations that she had with producer Barbara Broccoli, director Cary Fukunaga, and No Time To Die’s writers, including Phoebe Waller-Bridge, about her character Nomi.

Lea Seydoux, Cary Fukunaga, Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris, Lashana Lynch posing for a photo: MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA - APRIL 25: (L-R) Cast member Lea Seydoux, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, cast members Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris and Lashana Lynch attend the © Provided by Yahoo! Entertainment UK MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA - APRIL 25: (L-R) Cast member Lea Seydoux, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, cast members Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris and Lashana Lynch attend the

She then went on to describe Nomi as “powerful,” “committed,” and “forward-thinking,” while admitting that she truly believes she is the “best person at MI6.”

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Lashana Lynch doesn't care about opinions online. James bond is bloody, battered in ' No time to die ' sneak peek. The Daily Mail previously reported that in the film, Craig's Bond is called out of retirement and introduced to the new 007, played by Lynch .

Lashana Lynch , who stars in the upcoming Bond movie No Time To Die alongside 007 himself Daniel Craig, features in striking new The actors described how the new film's 'Bond girls' will go against the stereotypical 'sexualised' heroine, and described working with the much-praised co-writer of the film

But the most tantalising description that Lynch provided of Nomi was her insistence that she is a “bada** ninja,” something that she was more than happy to portray on screen.

Lynch also teased that Nomi and Bond’s relationship evolves throughout No Time To Die, as they start off the film as “two very different people” who are forced to work together for the first time.

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Clearly Lynch had the time of her life working on No Time To Die, too, something that she predicted before she was even cast, as she knew she could “bring something special [to the franchise] that they hopefully hadn’t seen before.”

We’ll see if Lynch does just that when No Time To Die is finally released, which will hopefully be on November 12 in the UK.

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Speaking to The Mirror on Friday, the Moonlight star, 44, admitted that she felt it was inappropriate to use as the women in the latest James Bond blockbuster are 'fully fleshed-out' characters.Speaking to The Mirror on Friday, the Moonlight star, 44, admitted that she felt it was inappropriate to use as the women in the latest James Bond blockbuster are 'fully fleshed-out' characters unlike their earlier counterparts.

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