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Xenia Onatopp. Natalya Simonova. Berenice Marlohe. In Moonraker this included members of Hugo Drax 's "master race" and a group of women encountered by Bond in the jungles of Brazil , in For Your Eyes Only many women were seen frolicking around a villain's pool, while in Octopussy they served mainly as the title character's servants and guards. In A View to A Kill they adorned Max Zorin 's outdoor reception and in The Living Daylights they served as decorations at the villain's swimming pool and later Bond overpasses a harem in Tangiers.
Although the Bond films haven't stopped making use of feminine "eye candy" completely, such large "Bond girl groups" have not featured again since The Living Daylights. Jill Masterton. Patricia Fearing. The short stories "Quantum of Solace", "The Living Daylights" and "The Property of a Lady" feature female characters in prominent roles, but none of these women interact with Bond in any sort of romantic fashion.
Ophelia Maidenstone. Dominique Paradis Zoe Nightshade. Lena Reno Jeanne Mori. Kimberly Davies Tamlyn Tomita.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder, the first main Bond girl in the official films. Contents [ show ]. Categories :. From Russia with Love. Bonita implied Jill Masterson Pussy Galore. On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Tracy Bond Teresa di Vicenzo. Diamonds Are Forever. Tiffany Case Plenty O'Toole.
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Jill St. John Lana Wood. Miss Caruso Rosie Carver Solitaire. The Man with the Golden Gun. Andrea Anders Mary Goodnight. Maud Adams Britt Ekland. The Spy Who Loved Me. Corinne Dufour Manuela Holly Goodhead. Countess Lisl von Schlaf Melina Havelock. Cassandra Harris Carole Bouquet. Bianca implied Magda Octopussy. The Living Daylights.
Linda Kara Milovy. Kell Tyler Maryam d'Abo. Pam Bouvier Lupe Lamora. Carey Lowell Talisa Soto. Caroline Xenia Onatopp Natalya Simonova. The World Is Not Enough.
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Molly Warmflash Elektra King Dr. Christmas Jones. Die Another Day. Giacinta "Jinx" Johnson Miranda Frost. Halle Berry Rosamund Pike. Giacinta "Jinx" Johnson. Casino Royale version. Solange Dimitrios Vesper Lynd. Caterina Murino Eva Green. Vesper Lynd. Camille Montes Olga Kurylenko. Tonia Sotiropoulou Berenice Marlohe. Estrella implied Lucia Sciarra Madeleine Swann. Mary Ann Russell. Judy Havelock. Dominetta "Domino" Vitali Patricia Fearing. Vivienne Michel. Teresa di Vicenzo Ruby Windsor.
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Mary Goodnight Tiffy. Lavender Peacock Mary Jane Mashkin. For Special Services. Cedar Leiter Nena Bismaquer. Paula Vacker Rivke Ingber. Nobody Lives For Ever. Sukie Tempesta Nannie Norrich. Ebbie Heritage Heather Dare. When rewatching the older James Bond films and even some of the newer ones , it becomes blatantly clear that Bond girls were not always written with respect. The worst being Mary Goodnight. Despite Britt Eklund being a fairly big star at the time, Goodnight is written as an insultingly dim-witted character.
The portrayal might be meant as fun but it just comes off as mean-spirited. It's certainly not one of the proudest moments in the franchise. Wai Lin is one of those all too rare Bond girls that stand shoulder to shoulder to himself. And with Michelle Yeoh in the role, it was clear that the character could be nothing less than an equal with Bond. Yeoh was already an accomplished action star in China and displayed badass stunts in films like Supercop 2. Here she plays Wai Lin as a skilled and capable Chinese spy who becomes intertwined in Bond's adventure.
She is far from a damsel in distress and provides some of the film's best action scene. Maybe the only Bond girl who could plausibly have her own franchise. And unfortunately, she is also not a talented enough actress to convince us otherwise. To be fair to Richards, this whole character is a mess and it is far from just her fault.
Ridiculous occupation aside, the film also chose to stick her in a tight-fitting tank top and the shortest shorts you've ever seen. That's not even mentioning her name which is only used to set up groan-inducing one-liners. In the end, the entire character is just written to be a walking joke.
Casino Royale was a reboot of sorts for Bond, bringing a gritty, grounded approach to the super spy. Along with Daniel Craig's intense take on Bond, the film needed a strong Bond girl to get the new and improved series off on the right foot. Eva Green's smart and sophisticated Vesper Lynd was an ideal choice. Green is a stunning and compelling performer and Lynd was a character worthy of her talents. Lynd believably sold the strong connection to Bond and helped sell the tragedy of the character that had a lasting impact for the franchise.
She had just won an Oscar and was in the middle of the successful X-Men franchise. There was even talk that she would headline her own spin-off film. And yet the character was so dull. Aside from being let in on the action scenes, Jinx doesn't really have anything compelling to do in the film. Berry is fine in the role but given the high hopes for the character, the end results were a letdown.
It's ironic that the film that gave us the most forgettable Bond also gave us the very best Bond girl. The fact that she is played by Dame Diana Rigg Game of Thrones is just one of the reasons this character is so special. She is a much more complex Bond girl than we're used to seeing, being funny, playful and strong. She also helped give us another side of Bond. Her shocking death remains the franchise's saddest moment.
The woman who would make Bond leave behind his womanizing, globe-trotting ways and settle down. Sadly, the result is far less effective than the Tracy Bond version. Seydoux is a fantastic actress but aside from a fun drunk scene, she is given nothing to do. The film tries to sell her connection with Bond as some grand romance but it feels completely forced. There are rumors she'll return for the next film so here's hoping they improve the character significantly.
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