Carole Bouquet: this cult film that she would like to delete from her CV: Femme Actuelle Le MAG

Bad times for James Bond! The last episode of the adventures of 007 No time to Die is only being postponed and one of its star stuntmen, Rémy Julienne, lost his life to Covid-19 at the age of 90. Suddenly, fans take comfort in watching the previous films, conquered by the phlegm of the British agent, held in suspense by the spectacular action scenes or even captivated by the charm of the James Bond girls. Several French actresses made the fragile heart of Ian Fleming's hero beat faster, including Carole Bouquet. At only 22 years old, the mysterious actress had secured the role of Melina Havelock in Just for your eyes, then taking his first steps on the Hollywood scene. A dream for some artists but not for Gérard Depardieu's ex-companion, who has bad memories of the shoot.

"I knew I was going to be bored there"

Carole Bouquet returned to this experience on the show Boomerang sure France Inter. And she has a particularly hard tooth to those who accompanied her on the day she accepted the producer's proposal. "I was asked on the phone if I wanted to do James Bond. I needed an answer right away. And the three boys around me urged me to do it.", she told Augustin Trapenard after she had declined a role in a previous film by the same author. "I knew I was going to be bored there, and it didn't fail! I pretended to swim in a jar, in a swimsuit, on sand, in a studio! What I wanted was to tell stories. " This painful episode did not prevent the muse of Luis Bunuel, Bertrand Blier or even Michel Blanc from following the magnificent career that the general public knows him. A journey that leads her to interpret a psychoanalyst in the series In therapy, soon to be broadcast on Arte.

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