James Bond’s family motto was ‘the world is not enough.’ Proving that he meant business, two Bond Girls are apparently not enough either, as a third Bond Girl has been added to the upcoming Spectre. Stephanie Sigman is poised to join fellow Bond vixens Lea Seydoux (Blue is the Warmest Color) and Monica Bellucci (The Passion of the Christ) in the latest installment of the long-running franchise.
Sigman will be the first Mexican Bond girl in the 50-plus year history of the franchise. She previously starred as a beauty queen in the Mexican drama Miss Bala and will nextt be seen in the upcoming Netflix series Narcos.
Daniel Craig is back for his fourth round as the suave superspy. So far, plot details have been hard to come by, but speculation has Bond getting a cryptic message from his past that puts him on the trail of the sinister organization ‘Spectre.’ No real details have been released on which side of good or evil Sigman’s character, Estrella, lands on.
Sam Mendes is directing Spectre – his second Bond film, and the 24th overall – from a script by John Logan (Gladiator). A November 6th release date is scheduled.