Dutch actress Carice van Houten is reportedly "being considered for the lead female role" in "Bond 22."
Another day another speculation on who's in the running to be the next Bond girl in "Bond 22", and this time the subject is Dutch actress Carice van Houten.
MI6.co.uk, the trustworthy media-website dedicated to world of the suave British super-spy, has come up with an interesting scoop saying the "Black Book" star "is currently being considered for the lead female role" in the project. This tidbit thereby puts the actress' name behind those of Australian actress Abbie Cornish, Turkish model-kickboxer Fulya Keskin, and singer Jamelia, who all have been rumored to be the contenders for the part.
Van Houten, a native Leiderdorp, Zuid-Holland, comes from a family of entertainment background and has collected a number of honors from some award events held in her homeland. MI6.co.uk also noted that she has just landed deals to play the lead role in "Dorothy Mills" as "a doctor who is suspicious of the motivations within a religious community."