Speculation over James Bond’s sexuality is rife after the revelation of what’s being called an “erotically-charged” scene in the latest 007 flick, Skyfall.
In the scene, Javier Bardem’s villainous character, Silva, caresses the chest of 007, played by Daniel Craig.
In response to Silva’s attentions, 007 is seen replying, “What makes you think this is my first time?”
And, since Craig has made no secret that he would be open to Bond being bisexual in interviews while promoting Quantum Of Solace, speculations are running rampant if Skyfall is the movie that finally sees Bond extending his attention to the not-so-fair gender.
“I don’t see the world in sexual divisions,” Stuff.co.nz quoted him as telling Movieline.
Instead, Craig described the scene as a “a great flirt” and “a game of cards.”
In the same interview Bardem, noted that while Silva’s sexuality was “part of the game,” his goal as the character was simply to create uncomfortable situations.
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