Everyone is aware how a Bond girl should be like, right? Smart, strikingly beautiful and ready for all situations. The upcoming Bond installment “Spectre” has three of them for varied scenes in the movie and each one of them is unique in their own way. One of the Bond girls, Stephanie Sigman spilled some secrets on the martini drinking James Bond himself aka Daniel Craig.
According to InStyle, Stephanie Sigman is the first Bond girl from Mexico and her looks are equally captivating. She spoke about working with Daniel Craig and stated that it was easy to work with him especially when they were shooting for a scene involving one of the most important festivals of her country. On the atmosphere on the sets of the movie, she said that despite the fact that everyone was so cool while making the movie, she felt a bit nervous because she was working with a bunch of actors who are few of the most talented actors in the business. She didn’t get to do any stunts in this movie but she mentioned about not hesitating to perform them in future.
News.com.au added that the actress also spoke about her co-star Daniel Craig. According to her, Daniel is the most charismatic guy she has ever seen. He is always concerned on the set and looks into doing his scene with utmost perfection. She also stated the reason why Daniel Craig is known to be someone who is difficult to work with on the set. According to her difficult people are more like perfectionists; they don’t stop until the shot is just right. She also spoke about how Daniel helped her with getting the shots right and how he is more of an actor on the set rather than being a celebrity.
Thinking about her career ahead, she remembers the advice director Sam Mendes gave her about how she should stay true to who she is and the kind of roles she wants to do. With the kind of advice she got and the kind of people she worked with, the actress will surely follow all the tips and guidelines she was given in general and hopefully we will see her in more varied roles in years to come.
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