On the other hand, it would be the last time for fans to have Daniel Craig in the title role. Another interesting fact is that this installment would be the first of its kind in 60 years’ legacy to land in the post-#MeToo world.
Maria Rambeau of Captain Marvel was the first time when the British actress – Lashana Lynch – appeared on the big screen. As we all know that it would be Daniel’s last ride as Aston Martin for the franchise, there will be No Time to Die.
About Lashana Lynch
She was born in London in a Jamaican family. She had an early passion for R&B which led her to drama school. At an early age, she made her mind where she will land in the future. This ambition of her took her to the prestigious ArtsEd School. Initially, her career starts with a short-lived ABC series Still Star-Crossed in 2017 where she was cast by American TV titan Shonda Rhimes.
Lashana Lynch Reaction to Phoebe’s involvement
When Lashana Lynch’s co-star Ana de Armas, 31, learned that Phoebe Waller-Bridge – the British creator of Fleabag and Killing Eve – Has been hired to bring a fresh female perspective to the film’s script, they were amazingly shocked.
Ana de Armas unfolds the first meeting, “I saw Phoebe, and I just blushed — I got red like a tomato.” Similarly, Lashana Lynch reacts to her first meeting, “I very literally squealed when I first heard her name.”
Taking Online Trolls
In a cover story on a famous showbiz site, Lashana Lynch opened up about she is taking online trolling from fans of Bond’s legacy. They showed their concerns that a black woman might end up with James Bond’s designation.
“It doesn’t dishearten me,” she reacted on online trolling. She added, “It makes me feel quite sad for some people because their opinions, they’re not even from a mean place — they’re actually from a sad place. It’s not about me. People are reacting to an idea, which has nothing to do with my life.”
She further said that she messaged some of the online trolls positively to have them a change of heart. She says, “They’ve been like, ‘Oh my gosh, thank you so much!'” she said. To conclude she added, “But it’s an interesting test because it reminds them that they definitely wouldn’t say that to someone’s face.”