“Future 007” James Norton Takes On Diversity In Bond And Feels “At Home” In Sex Scenes

0
21
'We have to deal with the cause': James Norton opened up about casting a BAME actor as the next James Bond on this week's GQ Hype


James Norton addressed the casting of a BAME actor as the next James Bond in a new interview.

The screen star, 35, who was tipped to replace Daniel Craig in the role, insisted that while having a ‘color connection’ is important, executives should focus on ” treat the cause rather than the symptom ”.

Along with a cutting-edge shoot for this week’s GQ HYPE, the Grantchester hunk also stressed the importance of feeling ‘comfortable’ in sex scenes and championed the balance between seeing female nudity. and the “c ** ks” in the movie.

'We have to deal with the cause': James Norton opened up about casting a BAME actor as the next James Bond on this week's GQ Hype

‘We have to deal with the cause’: James Norton opened up about casting a BAME actor as the next James Bond in this week’s GQ Hype

The War & Peace star has long been reported to be Daniel’s successor following his stint as a spy in No Time To Die, with bookie Ladbrokes even temporarily suspending bets on the character.

Thrilling Bridgerton Regé-Jean Page and Luther star Idris Elba have also been suspected to be potential 007s, along with Tom Hardy, Sam Heughan and Richard Madden.

When calling for a black artist to fill the job, James stressed the importance of diversity and representation in the industry as a whole.

The TV star said, “I think it’s more important. Obviously, throwing a color link is important if it’s manipulated in a sensitive way, but there’s the big picture: we need to treat the cause rather than the symptom.

'There's the big picture': The screen star, 35, who was pressed to replace Daniel Craig in the role, insisted executives should focus on 'dealing the cause rather than the symptom ''

'There is a bigger picture': The screen star, 35, who was pressed to replace Daniel Craig in the role, insisted executives should focus on 'dealing with the cause rather than symptom ''

‘There’s a bigger picture’: The screen star, 35, who was pressed to replace Daniel Craig in the role, insisted executives should focus on “addressing the cause rather than the symptom “

|| []).push(function () { viAPItag.display(“vi_1088641796”) })

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here