James Bond producer still prefers a male James Bond

Barbara Broccoli, the boss of James Bond, has no interest in having a female actor in the future. In a new profile by The Hollywood Reporter, Broccoli says that she doesn't think a woman should play James Bond, preferring new characters for women as long as they're not named James Bond.

Broccoli said that she doesn't think a woman should play James Bond. I believe in making characters for women and not just having women play men's roles. I don't think there are enough great roles for women, and it's very important to me that we make movies for women. British can be any ethnic or race.

Daniel Craig wrapped his run as the steely bow-tie-wearing big boy this year. He told Radio Times that there should be better parts for women and actors of color. There should be a part just as good as James Bond for a woman.

Cubby Broccoli passed control of the James Bond franchise to Broccoli and her half-brother Michael Wilson in 1995. Forget female James Bond. Can we have a series about a spy named Cubby Broccoli?

It felt like James Bond might be hanging up his silver medallions with a male symbol around his neck for a brief moment. Lashana Lynch, who was cast as 007 in the latest Bond movie, No Time To Die, was thought to be the first female James Bond. After giving Bond a ride home, she mostly disappears from the movie.

This could change. According to Broccoli, one of the successes of Bond is that it hasn't been afraid to change with the times. If the times are right, a woman will play the role of a super spy caught between a drinking problem and some A.I. blood poison. The books and films were written in the 50s and 60s, but sometimes it got stuck in the time. The world has changed since then. We have had the opportunity to change the series with each new actor.

The world continues to change. James Bond will probably wear headphones soon, with Gen Z running amok. Could you imagine? A woman is playing James Bond.