Charlize Theron On Playing James Bond | WWHL

Charlize Theron On Playing James Bond | WWHL

Actress Charlize Theron says if she’d ever consider being James Bond after co-star Chris Hemsworth said she’d be good for the role and actor Ron Livingston says whether an “Office Space” sequel will happen.
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Charlize Theron On Playing James Bond | WWHL



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5 thoughts on “Charlize Theron On Playing James Bond | WWHL

  1. She just did atomic blonde, why does she try to build a franchise out of that? If you want a female "bond" introduce a character with bond in that universe, make her story compelling enough and make people want a female bond from that world. We don't have to replace every man with a womna though.

  2. I’m down for a woman Bond. regardless of gender though, great acting is a must. She’s good, not great. Also, she has an American accent and that’s not for Bond.

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