Actress Stephanie Sigman will be the first 'Bond girl' from Mexico in the following film 'Spectre' about the famous British secret agent '007'.
It has been announced that Sigman will, in the 24th film about the secret agent, portray the character named Estrella, while Daniel Craig will play James Bond.
Sigman has played in an awarded Mexican film 'Miss Bala' in year 2011 which tells a story about a candidate for a beauty pageant, who is in turn connected to drug dealers.
Besides Sigman, some other Bond's girls will be in this film, such as Monica Bellucci, and Léa Seydoux, an actress who played in a film awarded in Cannes Film Festival called 'Blue is the Warmest Color'.
Daniel Craig will play the popular agent for the fourth time. In the film, he will be joined by Rory Kinnear, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris and Ralph Fiennes.
A winner of two Oscars, Christoph Waltz will also join the cast, as well as an Irish actor Andrew Scott, famous for portraying Moriarty in the British show about Sherlock Holmes, and Dave Bautista will play Mr. Hinx, a bad guy.
The director of the new Bond film will be Sam Mendes, and the scenario has been signed by John Logan, Neil Purvis and Robert Wade.
The film 'Spectre' tells a story about terrorism, revenge and extortion and was shot in London, Rome and in Austrian mountains.