Details emerged yesterday of a casting call for three roles in the next James Bond film.
It appears that all systems are go for Bond 25, which is due to start shooting in early December.
As revealed by out friends at MI6 HQ, a casting call has gone out for three unnamed roles. These are for a leading male and female, and a male supporting role.
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While few details are given, the production team are looking for Russian or Balkan actors to fill the lead male and female parts. These are perhaps the villain and main Bond girl.
For the supporting male role, a Maori actor is being sought for a physical role with stage combat skills. Could it be that 007 will venture to New Zealand in Bond 25?
According to MI6, the casting call is as follows:
Male Leading Role
Playing age: 30’s – 60’s
Russian. (Also open to suggestions of actors from the Balkans or similar) Must speak fluent English.
Characteristics: Charismatic, Powerful, Innovative, Cosmopolitan, Bright, Cold and Vindictive.
Female Leading Role
Playing age: 30 – 45
Russian. (Also open to suggestions of actresses from the Balkans or similar) Must speak fluent English.
Very Striking. Strong Physical / fighting / stage combat skills required.
Characteristics: Intelligent, brave, fierce and charming. She’s witty and skillful. A survivor.
Male Supporting Role
Playing age: 35 – 55
Advanced physical / fighting / stage combat skills required.
Characteristics: Authoritative, cunning, ruthless & loyal.
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