According to ContactMusic.com Uta Thurman "is fighting to land the part of the next BOND girl, despite growing up thinking the characters in the 007 movies were anti-women."
The "Kill Bill" actress has never been approached to play a Bond babe, but she’d love to team up with Pierce Brosnan, or whoever his successor is.
Uma Thruman in "Kill Bill"
She says, "When I was growing up they always said Bond girls were anti-feminist and that was not a good thing to be.
"But I thought that Bond girls were the toughest, sexiest, most fun, and, to me, they were like completely awesome. I thought, ‘Bond girls are bad.’"
Thurman’s comments coincide with the release of Kill Bill, and in that light are more than likely just intended as added publicity and passing comments. With Bond 21 not lensing until January 2005 Thurman is an unlikely contender for a role.