Having grown up watching Daniel Craig as James Bond on screen, it was dream come true for Lea Seydoux to star opposite the “intense” actor in Spectre, the latest film in the 007 franchise.
The French actor stars as Bond’s former enemy Mr White’s daughter and plays a key role in his quest to uncover a sinister organisation that may be connected to his childhood in the new Sam Mendes-directed movie.
“I grew up with Daniel. So my Bond is, of course, Daniel... I think he’s great. He’s very intense and we love him and he’s the best Bond for me. There’s something very intense that I really love. It became more psychological with him, as well. And more interesting,” Lea told reporters while promoting the movie in Cancun, Mexico. The Blue Is The Warmest Colour star said working on
the movie was her best.
“She is different from what you can expect and she will change Bond’s life and maybe I can reveal something. She’s Mr White’s daughter. “I can say that it’s been my best experience, really. It’s been incredible to work with everyone on this film. I feel very honoured to be part of this film and I’m so happy to be part of it,” the 30-year-old actor said.