Meet the New Bond Girls from 'Spectre' Before Newest Trailer Arrives

July 21, 2015
Source: USA Today


Time to meet the new Bond Girls! Well, most of them are new, but Moneypenny is not. I do find it a bit odd that they're now pushing Moneypenny as a "Bond Girl" when she was always just an assistant and helper for Bond. I get it, she needs to be out there more as a power player. But "Bond Girl"? She's way better than that. Anyway. In the new Spectre, directed by Sam Mendes & starring Daniel Craig, we have four Bond girls: Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Noamie Harris, plus Stephanie Sigman from Mexico. There's a new trailer for Spectre arriving tomorrow, in the meantime new photos of each one have debuted. Take a look!

Here are the four new photos of the Bond Girls from Spectre. Read more on each one from USA Today:

Madeleine Swann | Played by Léa Seydoux
Spectre - Bond Girls

Lucia Sciarra | Played by Monica Bellucci
Spectre - Bond Girls

Eve Moneypenny | Played by Naomie Harris
Spectre - Bond Girls

Estrella | Played by Stephanie Sigman
Spectre - Bond Girls

Spectre is directed by Sam Mendes (Skyfall, Revolutionary Road, Road to Perdition, American Beauty) and written by Neal Purvis & Robert Wave with John Logan, all with James Bond franchise experience. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation, Spectre. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind Spectre. Daniel Craig returns as 007 along with Ralph Fiennes as the new M, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, and Ben Whishaw as Q. New cast members include Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista and Lea Seydoux. Sony Pictures will release Spectre in theaters on November 6th, 2015 this fall.

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I was very disappointed by the previous bond movie and the critics liked it, but for me is casino royale still the best one . So I hope mr mendes can convince me this time...

ari smulders on Jul 21, 2015


whatt?? That movie was beyond good. Sure it was a slow burn during some sections of the film, but it was intriguing, it was dark.. it was bond reinvigorated!

cg on Jul 21, 2015


With the danger of being hated here but I still call out Skyfall as one of the worst Bond movies. I think people were blinded by the truly amazing cinematography because the movie I saw has aside from that nothing going on for itself. From the weak action, to the awful casting (Naomie harris just didn't do it for me) to the one of the lamest Bond scores in years. I will of course still see Spectre but they need a) a better action director and b) bring Dave Arnold back for a proper John Barry like score.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Jul 21, 2015



DAVIDPD on Jul 21, 2015


exactly! it was too slow and the action sequences just not great enough.

ari smulders on Jul 22, 2015


Being old as I am ,its hard to really like the later Bond films. Nothing compares to the original 5 or 6 issues. I even liked the first Casino Royale. IMHO.

Wayne Wright on Jul 22, 2015


Hmmm...not going to hate you, but at least you said "one of the worst Bond movies" instead of "worst Bond movie" (because there are a few Bond films that I thought were far, far worse). Sorry you didn't like SKYFALL--I did, but then film--like art--is subjective. Not many people like one of my favorite Bond films which is LICENSE TO KILL.

Scopedog on Jul 22, 2015


Well LtK was def terrible as well. 🙂

Sascha Dikiciyan on Jul 23, 2015


See? 🙂 But good point about David Arnold, though--he was one of the best elements of the Brosnan films (plus I loved his work on STARGATE and INDEPENDENCE DAY, which is how I first encountered his music). Of course, another Bond film that I like that many hate is MOONRAKER--but that's because a) I'm a space nut, b) Richard Kiel as Jaws, and c) Derek Meddings' kick-@$$ visual effects.

Scopedog on Jul 24, 2015


That's funny, I'm not the hugest 007 fan but I really enjoyed Skyfall and disliked Casino Royale. The latter just felt like one long extended card game while the former was a gripping thriller from start to finish. I have good feelings about this new one, if the trailer is any indication.

cuckoozey on Jul 21, 2015


Strongly agree. But thats also because it was directed by Martin Campbell.

Rock n Rollllll on Jul 21, 2015



DAVIDPD on Jul 21, 2015


I would be genuinely surprised if another Bond Girl could ever top that unforgettable performance of hers in Casino Royale. Such an incredible actress and such a fascinating screen presence every single time. My God, I LOVE her. I'm glad to see though a tremendous actress like Léa is the new Bond Girl.

Stergios on Jul 22, 2015

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