Her title is still unknown, but the new James Bond movie, number 25 of the saga, is already causing great expectation.
The film, whose production was released Thursday, will be part of the participation of Egyptian-American actor Rami Malek, who recently won the best actor Oscar for his participation in the Bohemian Rhapsody.
Malek will play the role of a "mysterious villain armed with a dangerous new technology", as revealed in the official summary of the plot, without giving further details.
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The film will be the fifth and final incarnation that actor Daniel Craig will make to the famous British secret agent 007, created in 1953 by writer Jan Fleming.
BBC Mundo tells you some of the key to the new production.
007 in the # MeToo era
Accused repeatedly of sexism and misogynias, the character 007 will undergo changes to adapt to the new reality of the # MeToo era, the movement to condemn abuses against women.
"The MeToo movement has a great influence – rightly and correctly – on society and these films should reflect, just like everything else we do," said film maker Barbara Broccoli, who expected that relationship to Bond Women to go according to new times.
In this regard, Daniel Craig told the BBC: "Bond has always adapted to time, it's a character that has flaws, there are problems, and I think it's something that deserves effort to explore and fight. we will be filmmakers or creators if we do not set our eyes on what is happening in the outside world. "
According to the official plot, the film will begin with a retired Bond, who withdrew from active service to enjoy a quiet life in Jamaica.
However, his retirement will be short-lived because he will receive a call from his old friend CIA, Felix Layter, who will seek his help.
Your mission? Save a scientist who is kidnapped.
Cuban Bond Girl
During the saga, more than 70 actresses from numerous nationalities played the role of famous Bond girls.
In the next film, actress Ana de Armas will become the first actress of Cuban origin to play that role.
De Armas participated in Blade Runner 2049 and recently shot with the film Daniel Craig Knives, which will be released in November.
The new film will be screened by the French actress Lea Seydoux, which will continue with the character of Madeline Swann, who played in the 007 Specter movie, shot in 2015.
In addition, they will be repeated Ralph Fiennes and Ben Vishau such as M and Q, and Naomie Harris as Moneypenny.
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