There has been a ton of theories about Lashana Lynch’s part in the Bond establishment, and now the actress has affirmed that her character is set to be the following hero of the film arrangement and take the story forward.
In an ongoing meeting, the ‘Skipper Marvel’ star uncovered the news and tended to the online maltreatment she confronted when the bits of gossip previously surfaced not long ago.
“I am one Black woman, if it were another Black woman cast in the role, it would have been the same conversation, she would have got the same attacks, the same abuse,” she said.
“I just have to remind myself that the conversation is happening and that I’m a part of something that will be very, very revolutionary.”
The actress will be taking over as Bond from actor Daniel Craig, who will repeat the notorious character one final time in ‘No Time To Die’.
Talking about Nomi, her character in the establishment, she stated: “A character that is too slick, a cast-iron figure? That’s completely against what I stand for I didn’t want to waste an opportunity when it came to what Nomi might represent.”
“I searched for at least one moment in the script where Black audience members would nod their heads, tutting at the reality but glad to see their real life represented. In every project I am part of, no matter the budget or genre, the Black experience that I’m presenting needs to be 100 per cent authentic,” she added.
Lynch’s character Nomi enters the establishment in the new James Bond film, ‘No Time To Die’, even as Daniel Craig’s James Bond says farewell to the arrangement with the film.