-In the classical James Bond filmography, Moneypenny and 007 never have sex. If the Daniel Craig films are to continue the tradition established in previous films, the ongoing sexual tension without ever having sex is a theme between the two. There's always flirting, but never bang.
In both the Bond novels and films based upon them, Moneypenny is smitten with Bond. For example, in the novel Thunderball (1961), Fleming wrote that she "often dreamed hopelessly about Bond." However, she never explicitly voices these feelings.
Gemma Arterton struggled to breathe when she was covered in oil for new movie Quantum of Solace. The 22-year-old actress – who plays Agent Fields in the latest James Bond film – says the scene, which sees her character drowned in thick black liquid, was extremely uncomfortable to shoot.
Moneypenny confidently and dryly enunciates the secret phrase: “I love you”, and asks Bond to repeat it back to her as per agency protocol. She knows she has Bond trapped, and after 5 movies Moneypenny (and the audience) will finally hear the words she's always wanted Bond to utter.
It is the first time Bond and Moneypenny have shared a kiss on screen after 19 previous films. In each Bond movie there have been sparks between the pair, although Moneypenny - originally played by Lois Maxwell - has always had a slightly disapproving view of the the suave agent's womanising ways.
His dying words were asking Bond to forgive Vesper and himself. After taking Mathis' wallet, Bond dumped his body in a dumpster, claiming to Camille Montes that he wouldn't care.
Strawberry Fields (Quantum Of Solace)
She was tasked to stop Bond when he went against orders and tried to stop the Bolivian based villain, Dominic Greene. She was killed by the Greene's henchmen who targeted her and followed her back to her hotel room. They then drowned her in crude oil in an effort to misdirect MI6.
While officially her character's first name is Jane, Moneypenny is only ever referred to by her last name or a diminutive of it -- Penny.
Madeleine is the first and so far the only woman that Bond has truly fallen in love with and survived any of her appearances. The other two women that Bond fell in love with, Tracy and Vesper, were both killed at the end of their first movie. Madeleine references Vesper by name in No Time to Die.
Teresa “Tracy” Di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg) is the only woman ever to marry James Bond. Her first husband, an Italian count died in a car crash, an event that has fed her fatalistic approach to life. Anayo Ilo and 7,824 others like this.
Vesper Lynd was a fictional HM Treasury liaison officer and love interest of James Bond. The official adaptation of the literary character who first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1953 novel, Casino Royale, the Bond girl appeared in the 2006 James Bond film of the same name, portrayed by French actress Eva Green.
Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale betrayed James Bond by embezzling money in order to save his life, as she was threatened with his death if she did not. Daniel Craig played James Bond in the 2006 film, Casino Royale.
At the beginning of the movie, Bond finds himself deeply in love with Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), whom he met during the events of Spectre. Swann says that in order for the two of them to have a future together, Bond needs to let go of the memory of Vesper.
Though her ultimate fate is not revealed in the film, in the closing credits she is shown as an angel playing a harp, showing her to be one of the "seven James Bonds at Casino Royale" killed by an atomic explosion.
During the long poker game at Casino Royale, Bond realises that he has been poisoned by Le Chiffre. He leaves the poker table, takes a salt shaker and a glass from a nearby dining table and rushes to the bathroom. There he pours the salt in some water and drinks it so he would vomit and get the poison out of his body.
Mathis betrays bond by telling LaChief (the bad guy) that bond knows when he is bluffing when he puts his finger on his face.
Yusef Kabira is a member of the shadow organization Quantum who seduces high-ranking women with valuable connections. The character is first mentioned in the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale before he appears in its sequel, the 2008 film Quantum of Solace as the final antagonist.
No presents Bond with a drink—"A medium dry vodka martini, lemon peel. Shaken, not stirred." Bond did not vocally order one himself until Goldfinger (1964). In the 1967 film You Only Live Twice, Bond's contact, Dikko Henderson, prepares a martini for Bond and says, "That's, um, stirred not shaken.
Doody was listed as one of 12 Promising New Actors of 1986 in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 38. Still only 19 when she appeared in the role, Doody was – and remains – the youngest Bond girl to date.
In his excellent book The Battle For Bond, Robert Sellers uncovered a letter from Fleming where he notes, "Richard Burton would be by far the best James Bond!" There is a reason why so many different actors, like Richard Todd and Cary Grant, have been labeled as "Ian Fleming's first choice to play James Bond," as it ...
Mathilde Swann is the fictional daughter of Madeleine Swann and James Bond. Portrayed by child actress, Lisa-Dorah Sonnet, the character appeared in the 2021 James Bond film, No Time To Die.