Stana Katic Calls 'Quantum' A Homage To Early James Bond Films
Stana Katic gave a brief video interview to Hollyscoop about working on the 22nd James Bond film, Quantum of Solace.
Katic, who stars as Corinne Veneau, an associate of the mysterious villain Yusef, called Quantum of Solace a ‘homage to old Bond films from the 1960’s. I think Marc Forster brings a realism to it and a suspense to it that a lot of audiences today will be looking forward to and be really shocked by.’
Asked how she felt when she landed the role, Katic said: ‘My dad’s a real big Bond fan, so I’ve seen a lot of Bond movies. Sean Connery is just brilliant. Definitely, it was a real honour to play on a Bond film and to be able to play with Marc Forster, who is a brilliant director.’
‘Daniel Craig is very charming,’ she continued. ‘I think he’s got a greater sense of humour than a lot of people know about. He’s wonderful. He’s very, very sweet. He’s fantastic. A really, really, sweet gentleman.’
Watch this interview online at Brightcove.
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