Jane Seymour is “Very Open” to Replacing One of Her Greatest Roles


Jane Seymour would be open to a return to James Bond. PEOPLE Seymour expressed interest to reprise her role as Solitaire in the iconic films 007, according to reports. The role was first played by her in 1973. Let’s Live!

Seymour was busy marketing her partnership with Solitaire Grand Harvest. During this time, she spoke out. PEOPLEAbout another type of Solitaire. She answered yes when asked if she was interested in reprising her role in the next James Bond film. “Of course, I’d do it. I’ve always been very open about saying that I’d be happy to just walk behind the scene and someone could go, ‘Is that Solitaire?'”

Seymour’s appearance at Let’s Live!Her career was just beginning when she received this recognition. Her role in the voodoo psychic medium Solitaire (also known as Simone Latrelle) gave her a huge jumpstart in her career. Seymour commented on her role in the film at such a young age. “I was 20 years old when I shot the James Bond film and I had no idea what was going on.”

Although Seymour hasn’t been in James Bond for a while, she still plans to return. “support everything to do with” it. She continued, “When they have books coming out about Bond Girls or podcasts or whatever it is, I always show up. There’s this really interesting sorority of women who’ve been Bond Girls, which is fun in its own right.”Seymour is grateful for the role, but she had something to say about it earlier in the year. In an interview with The Guardian,She spoke out about some of the most controversial parts. Let’s Live!The movie is criticized for being racist and sexist. 

“You’d never make that movie now,”Seymour informed the publication in march. “You wouldn’t want to make that movie. I was a woman, a virgin, who ran three paces behind a man with a gun, wearing very … well, actually for a Bond girl, a lot. I was deflowered and then deposited. I’d lost all my power, so I was useless. It was awful!”Seymour still had positive comments about the film. She said that she could be a Bond Girl and was able to enjoy it. “At the time, coming from obscurity, it was a very nice thing. It meant I had a job.”

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