Hellenic flavoured Bond girl
Greek actress and femme fatale Tonia Sotiropoulou has been confirmed as the latest Bond girl, yes Bond ... James Bond
Greek actress and femme fatale Tonia Sotiropoulou has been confirmed as the latest Bond girl, yes Bond ... James Bond.
Sotiropoulou will play James Bond's girlfriend Skyfall in the upcoming Bond film.
"Dear friends I officially announce I got a part in J. Bond new film!!! Turkey here I come! Thank u all for you love and support! This is officially the happiest day of my life bitches!!!!" Sotiropoulou wrote on her Facebook page.
She will start shooting later this month in Istanbul. The movie is set for theatre release on November 9.
Bond girls are known for their sex appeal and man-eating ways ... If that's the case, then the brunette beauty will set some tongue's wagging.
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