Berenice Marlohe felt 'safe' on Skyfall set
Berenice Marlohe thinks Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and Sam Mendes are "beautiful people" and she felt very comfortable working with them on 'Skyfall'
Berenice Marlohe felt "very safe" working with Daniel Craig.
The French actress - who plays new Bond Girl Severine in 'Skyfall' - revealed she wasn't nervous about working alongside the 44-year-old actor and director Sam Mendes because she got on with them so well as people.
Berenice said: "Not at all. What was amazing on that set was the first time I met Sam and Daniel, I just met with two beautiful human beings. I felt very safe straight away."
The brunette beauty was also impressed by her Spanish co-star Javier Bardem and his performance as villain Raoul Silva, since both he and male lead Daniel are remarkably down to earth and modest.
She told Marie Claire magazine: "I always felt instinctively that talent comes with humility and in that sense I was not surprised to find two talented actors [in Daniel and Javier] and beautiful people."
Berenice confessed she was relieved her role didn't require her to strip off on screen and it would have been a "nightmare" to wear a bikini, as is often required of Bond Girls.
Speaking on the red carpet at the world premiere of 'Skyfall' at London's Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night (23.101.12), she added to BANG Showbiz: "This is very moving; suddenly it brings back all the memories from filming a long time ago. I feel very moved to be here."