Daniel Craig Wants Jane Seymour Back in Bond-age

by | February 23, 2007 | Comments

Jane Seymour made for a pretty striking Bond girl when she appeared in "Live and Let Die" — which was way back in 1973. But 007 star Daniel Craig doesn’t care that the gal’s 57 years old. She’s still quite beautiful — and apparently Danny wants her back for "Bond 22."

Says Mr. Craig: "Casino Royale was about early Bond and I love the idea of him revisiting his past and meeting up with ex-loves… That has to include Jane Seymour. I’m a huge fan, I thought she was fantastic."

Apparently the actor will be lobbying his producers to get Ms. Seymour on the phone. It wouldn’t be the first time an actress played a Bond babe twice. (Maud Adams was in "The Man with the Golden Gun" and "Octopussy.")

Source: Digital Spy

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