‘Spectre’ actor Andrew Scott on a gay Bond: ‘I don’t see why not’

October 26, 2015

James Bond: Spectre actor Andrew Scott recently did an interview with NME and shared his thoughts on Bond being portrayed as gay or bisexual in a future movie.

The Irish Film & Television Academy awards 2014 (IFTA) at DoubleTree by Hilton Dublin Hotel, Dublin, Ireland - 05.04.14. Pictures: G. McDonnell / Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM *** Local Caption *** Andrew Scott

Over the weekend, former 007 star Roger Moore suggested that depicting Bond as anything other than a heterosexual male would not be “true to the character” that Bond author Ian Fleming originally wrote.

However, speaking to NME, Scott spoke more positively about the prospect of a non-heterosexual Bond, saying: “I think you have to be very careful not to do things for the sake of doing them. But yeah, I don’t see why not. [But] you have to think about those things based on the nucleus of a very sound idea, and not just be cavalier about those things.”


Scott appears in Spectre, which opens in UK theatres today (October 26). Scott plays a member of the British government called Denbigh who clashes with Craig’s Bond and Ralph Fiennes’ M.


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