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Bond 25: Lashana Lynch to be 'introduced' as female 007 in new film

Independent Sunday, 14 July 2019 ()
Captain Marvel star will appear in next outing alongside Daniel Craig
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News video: Back For More: Christoph Waltz To Return As Super-Baddie Blofeld In New Bond Flick

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Christoph Waltz is returning to the James Bond franchising, reprising his role as uber-villain Blofeld. According to Gizmodo, the cast includes Daniel Craig, Lashana Lynch, Rami Malek, and Ralph Fiennes. The 25th Bond film has suffered more than a few hiccups during its long production. The latest...

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