ALSO READDaniel Craig to play his last role as James Bond in yet-to-be-titled movie 17 national anti-doping agencies call for Russia ban Days after Manchester attack, London Theatre evacuated after bomb threat Ruskin Bond turns 83: An artist whose works transcend the barriers of time 'Beyond The Clouds' to premiere at BFI London Film Festival
Veteran actor Julie Walters said she wants to play a Bond villain and has even suggested it to producer Barbara Broccoli.
The 67-year-old actor recently worked with Broccoli on "Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool," reported Femalefirst.
"I told her I want to be the new Rosa Klebb (the villain in 'From Russia With Love'). They should have a baddie woman. I'd love that. What accent would I use? Depends on the baddie - depends on the baddie. Maybe she should be from North Korea. Anyhow, I haven't heard back," Walters said.
The actor also revealed she was surprised by the news that there would be a "Mamma Mia!" sequel.
"When they told me about that, I thought: but surely they've used up all the bloody songs? But they'd done another and it's really good. I love singing. And we had such a laugh on the first one.
(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)