Unlike modern franchises like Twilight or the horror series Saw, James Bond franchise has given beautiful, mysterious, seductive and super sexy spies – the Bond Girls. Then in strides the wild and wilful Bond girl who, though she is a sex object can also be an icy spy, a pilot or even a powerful villain.
But the real question is: when the next movie comes out, who should be cast as the next Bond girl? OR What makes the ideal Bond Girl?
To me Bond Girl means “adventure, power, and a sexuality”, where would James Bond be without his girls – The most common country of origin for the Bond Girls is the USA.
Nearly half of all Bond Girls are brunette bombshells - 4 of the 5 major Bond Girls during Daniel Craig’s stint as 007 are brunettes, expect the trend to continue.
Likely hot candidate for next James Bond franchise: Natalie Portman, Kate Beckinsale, Olivia Wilde, Marion Cotillard, Rachel Weisz
Bond Girl can not be taller than James Bond - In the history of the Bond franchise, no Bond Girl has ever been taller than James Bond. Daniel Craig is 5’10″ (1.78m) in height barefoot, so the average Bond Girl height – 5-feet, 7-inches.
likely hot candidate for next James Bond franchise: Keira Knightley, Katie Cassidy, Zoe Saldana, Victoria Justice, Troian Bellisario
The average age of a Bond Girl is 29 - Oldest among all Bond girls was – 39 Honor Blackman Goldfinger, Average: 29 – Olga Kurylenko Quantum of Solace , Youngest: 21 – Daniela Bianchi From Russia with Love
likely hot candidate for next James Bond franchise: Mila Kunis, Emily Blunt, Kate Bosworth, Melanie Laurent
After analysing all the aspects of the likely hot candidate for next James Bond franchise – “who should be cast as the next Bond girl?”
- She should be
- 29 years old
- 5-feet 7-inches
The most prominent Bond girl in James Bond franchise:
Skyfall - Bérénice Marlohe, Tonia Sotiropoulou
Quantum of Solace - Olga Kurylenko, Gemma Arterton
Casino Royale - Eva Green, Caterina Murino, Ivana Miličević
Die Another Day - Halle Berry, Rosamund Pike, Rachel Grant
The World Is Not Enough – Denise Richards, Sophie Marceau, Serena Scott Thomas, Maria Grazia Cucinotta
GoldenEye – Izabella Scorupco, Famke Janssen, Serena Gordon
Licence to Kill - Carey Lowell, Talisa Soto, Diana Lee-Hsu
The Living Daylights - Maryam d’Abo, Julie T. Wallace, Kell Tyler, Virginia Hey
A View to a Kill - Tanya Roberts, Mary Stävin, Grace Jones, Fiona Fullerton, Alison Doody, Papillon Soo Soo
Octopussy - Maud Adams, Kristina Wayborn, Michaela Clavell, Tina Hudson
For Your Eyes Only - Carole Bouquet, Cassandra Harris, Lynn-Holly Johnson
Moonraker - Lois Chiles, Corinne Cléry, Emily Bolton, Leila Shenna
The Spy Who Loved Me - Barbara Bach, Felicity York, Sue Vanner, Caroline Munro, Olga Bisera
The Man with the Golden Gun – Britt Ekland, Maud Adams, Carmen du Sautoy, Francoise Therry
Live and Let Die - Jane Seymour, Gloria Hendry, Madeline Smith
Diamonds Are Forever - Jill St. John, Denise Perrier, Lana Wood, Lola Larson, Trina Parks
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service - Diana Rigg, Catherine Schell, Angela Scoular
You Only Live Twice - Mie Hama, Akiko Wakabayashi, Tsai Chin, Karin Dor
Thunderball - Claudine Auger, Luciana Paluzzi, Molly Peters, Martine Beswick, Maryse Mitsouko
Goldfinger - Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Tania Mallet, Margaret Nolan, Nadja Regin
From Russia with Love - Daniela Bianchi, Eunice Gayson, Martine Beswick, Aliza Gur
Dr. No - Ursula Andress, Eunice Gayson, Zena Marshall
who’s the best pick? - I’m Going With Olivia Wilde, she’s 5-feet 7-inches, turns 29 in March, is a brunette, and was born in the States. She’s my pick, but who’s yours?
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