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She is co-starring as Solange, one of three Bond girls, opposite Daniel Craig in Casino Royale (2006).
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The former Bond girl - who starred as Solange opposite Craig in his first outing as the suave spy in 'Casino Royale' - says producer Barbara Broccoli will "pick" a theatre trained actor like 'The Night Manager' star. I believe Barbara will pick someone like that who has a theatre background." The brunette beauty understands why Craig, 48, reportedly turned down a £68 million deal to return to the franchise because the role is "hugely stressful".
She told the Sunday People: "It's hugely stressful being Bond.
There's a lot of money involved, so that also brought more tension - and a lot of that tension was on Daniel.
But even that thrill is eclipsed by getting to kiss Rufus Sewell – a man she describes as a ‘god’ – in hot new detective series Caterina Murino looks madly out of place pulling her suitcase down a shabby street a stone’s throw from St Pancras station.
The 33-year-old Italian-born actress has so much natural glamour that even after a tiring Eurostar journey from Paris – bare of make-up and dressed in jeans – she gives the industrial North London setting a touch of la dolce vita.