Naomie Harris belives that new Bond film will 'shock' people
- Bang Showbiz
- 7 October 2019
The actress, who plays Moneypenny in the film, believes that audience will be 'shocked' by 'No Time To Die.'
Naomie Harris believes that the new Bond film will shock audiences.
The 43-year-old actress – who reprises her role as Eve Moneypenny after appearing in 'Skyfall' and 'Spectre' – says 'No Time To Die' has "massive surprises" to keep 007 fans excited.
Speaking to GQ Hype, she said: "It's a tie-up of 'Skyfall' and 'Spectre'. But with massive, massive surprises that even had me like, 'Oh, wow!' So I think we're going to really shock people."
Harris also suggested that Daniel Craig's James Bond will be more in touch with his emotions in this film.
She added: "I would say he's reconnected with his heart. We're definitely seeing a Bond who's more in touch with his feelings and more open to falling in love.
"At the end of 'Spectre' there are women he gives his career up for: there's no more emotional attachment that that. It's just about moving with the times and recognising that women can no longer be seen as eye candy."
The film – which will be released next year – is expected to be Craig's final film as 007, and the 51-year-old star recently described working on the series as a "wonderful" experience.
Daniel – who made his first appearance as the suave spy in 2006's 'Casino Royale' – made his comments whilst speaking at the wrap party for 'No Time To Die', where he admitted he was "really quite drunk" but wanted to say a few words as he bid a final farewell to his run as the iconic character.
Speaking in a video uploaded to Twitter, he said: "I just want to say, and I am really quite drunk now so I won't go on for long, this has been one of the best, most wonderful experiences I have ever had.
"You have all done the most amazing job. I could not be more proud to work with every single one of you on this production. I would like to thank you for this evening, for Barbara [Broccoli, producer], for putting it on. Thank goodness, we did this tonight."