Penelope Cruz will be the new Bond Girl

Penelope-CruzPenelope Cruz will play a Bond girl in the next film of 007, according to Yahoo! Movies.

Cruz will be the most senior of the actresses to ever perform this role. Filming the next edition of James Bond to begin in the summer of 2014. In April of the same year, Cruz will be 40 years old.

The new tape Bond has no official name. Director of the film is also not yet been appointed. In this case in the press in late May, there were reports that the statement of tape can do, Sam Mendes, the director’s previous film series “007: Coordinates” Skyfall “. Previously, Mendez has been negotiated, but he refused to work on the painting, as in the near future he would like to concentrate on the job in the theater.

It is known that most of James Bond back in at least two films will play Daniel Craig. The actor has played the role three times the 007 – in the film “Casino Royale” (2006), “Quantum of Solace” (2008) and “007: Coordinates” Skyfall ‘”(2012). In this case, the last of these paintings is the most successful from a financial point of view, the release of James Bond. According Boxofficemojo , ribbon earned at the box office of more than 1.1 billion U.S. dollars with a budget of $ 200 million. Now “Skyfall” is the eighth line in the list of highest-grossing films of all time.

The last film released in rent with Penelope Cruz is by far the comedy Pedro Almodovar’s “I’m very excited”  in May 2013.

Earlier, Penelope Cruz starred in the film “All About My Mother,” “Cocaine,” “Vanilla Sky,” “The Return,” “Broken Embraces,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” and “Vicky Cristina Barcelona.” For her role in the last of these movies actress won the “Oscar“.


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