“Snake Eyes” and “Crazy Rich Asians” star Henry Golding recently shared his opinion on factoring in diversity during the search for the next James Bond.
The 007 mantle: After Daniel Craig bid farewell to the role of James Bond in “No Time to Die,” Golding shared that diversity should not influence the casting of the next Agent 007 in an interview with Radio Times.
Cary Joji Fukunaga, the first American director to helm a James Bond film with the upcoming “No Time To Die,” recently shared his pride in having a multiracial background.
On being the “other”: The Japanese American filmmaker revealed in an interview with Hollywood Reporter that his growing up in a multiracial, working-class family household in Oakland shaped the global perspective in his filmmaking.
Director Cary Fukunaga has been tapped to helm the next James Bond film which is set for early 2020 release.
The Emmy-award winning filmmaker, who is best known for directing the maiden season of HBO’s limited series “True Detective,” will be replacing English director Danny Boyle in the 25th film of the “Bond” franchise.
Pierce Brosnan could face a 2-year jail sentence in India after appearing in print and TV ads for a local product reportedly containing tobacco linked to cancer back in 2016.
Brosnan’s image appeared on an advertisement campaign for Pan Bahar, an Indian mouth freshener brand, which has been known to include an addictive type of chewing tobacco in its products.
Pierce Brosnan thought he was endorsing a, “tooth whitener.”
Pan Bahar does whiten your teeth.
They fall out.
Then you get brand new ones.
— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) October 21, 2016