Léa Seydoux, 'No Time to Die' star, says term 'Bond girl' should be replaced with this phrase


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Léa Seydoux implied she's more than pleased to see the James Bond franchise welcome strong female leads but there's still some room for improvement.

Seydoux appeared on "Good Morning America" to discuss her role as Madeleine Swann in the latest Bond installment "No Time To Die," which hits theaters on Friday. Asked if the popular term "Bond girl" is "antiquated" and should no longer be used, the French actress admitted she thinks it'd be more appropriate to say "Bond woman."

Of her role specifically, Seydoux shared she's happy her character is "quite unexpected for a Bond girl because she's not here to please James Bond. She's this time a real woman with depth and vulnerability, which is something quite new for a Bond woman."