“Bond” girl Lea Seydoux recently revealed strong chemistry with her co-star Daniel Craig. Read on for more details.
The 30-year-old Seydoux, who plays the role of a psychologist named Dr. Madeleine Swann in the new Bond film “Spectre,” recently revealed that the on-screen chemistry between her and her co-star was strong. She is hoping that the audience will feel it.
“Psychology is a big aspect of the film, and how my character seduces Bond with her mind and intelligence. I have no background in medicine or psychology, but I read psychology books all the time and have been to see psychiatrists myself. The power to understand the mind is fascinating and, from my experience, therapy really works,” Seydoux explained.
The French actress also said that Craig is the best James Bond for her. She thinks that the 47-year-old English actor is strong, serious, and intelligent. She also said that all of her scenes were with Craig and it was like a dream for her. She feels so lucky because every girl wants to be in a film with Craig.
“We have the same sense of humor. There was a real complicity. Even when filming serious scenes we joked and had fun,” Seydoux said.
Seydoux also described the movie’s director Sam Mendes. She said that Mendez is an amazing and brilliant director, but he’s tough. Mendes also directed the previous Bond movie “Skyfall,” which was released in 2012. In turn, Mendes said that Seydoux is “the whole package.”
According to Mail Online, Mendes asked a lot, physically, of the cast, including Monica Bellucci, Ralph Fiennes, and Naomie Harris. Bellucci plays as Bond’s other love interest. Fiennes will appear in the film as the new M and Harris will play the role of Miss Moneypenny.
It will be recalled that Lea Seydoux caused a stir in 2013 when she starred in the independent French film “Blue Is The Warmest Colour,” which is famous for having an extended lesbian sex scene.
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