Hollywood star and wife of 007 actor Daniel Craig Rachel Weisz is neither shaken nor stirred by the concept of a female James Bond.
There have been calls for a woman to play Ian Fleming's famous British spy once the 49-year-old Craig steps down from the role.
Weisz, who's 47, told the Daily Telegraph that creator Fleming had "devoted an awful lot of time to writing this particular character, who is particularly male and relates in a particular way to women".
She added: "Why not create your own story rather than jumping on to the shoulders and being compared to all those other male predecessors?
"Women are really fascinating and interesting and should get their own stories."
Her comments come after Dame Judi Dench - who played MI6 boss M in several of the more recent Bond movies - suggested that she was not keen on the idea, telling The Sun: "I think it should be a man. But who knows."
Craig has so far appeared in four Bond films: Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre.
Last year, he told The Late Show with Stephen Colbert that he would put on Bond's trusty tuxedo one last time, despite previously saying he would "rather slash my wrists" than play the secret agent again.
"I think this is it," he said. "I just want to go out on a high note and I can't wait."