These bond girl innovations show why the leading ladies of the 007 franchise are so famous.
From Jane Seymour to Halle Berry, a wide array of women have filled the role of love interest in this cult-like franchise. Always acting the part of femme fatale with tons of attitude, these roles are some of the most coveted in Hollywood, and often elevate the career of those who fill them. The Bond films, though several decades old, still achieve stupendous box office success today, and inevitably do fairly well in terms of gaining an audience.
Whether you prefer the 007 films of today or yesteryear, Bond Girls are an undeniable factor when it comes to these movies, and will continue to keep moviegoers entranced.
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