Grace Jones Quits ‘James Bond’ Movie

Published: Wednesday 3rd Jul 2019 by David


Grace Jones has pulled the plug on her return to the James Bond movie empire following an on-set disagreement.

Full story below…

Ms. Jones was invited to return to the Bond family in a bid to generate hype and awareness for its forthcoming release which stars Daniel Craig.


Alas, things took a turn for the worst when she arrived on set and learned that her contributions to the movie would be limited to a few lines…insulting when one considers how her contributions to ‘A View to a Kill’ helped it generate $152 million following its release in 1985.

Grace’s 007 homecoming was meant to be a real crowd-pleasing moment. Bosses were really excited about landing her.But it turns out Grace was expecting to play a bigger role in the movie and took her brief cameo as a slight.


If the icon returns to set she will join a cost led by Craig, Lashana Lynch, Naomie Harris, Rami Malek and Jeffrey Wright.

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  1. Chilepleaseee July 3, 2019

    She didn’t know when she read the script?

  2. Clarkson July 3, 2019

    What did she expect, to be the lead. Gurl u are in ur 70’s, u should feel lucky they even gave u a spot on this film

    • Calling you h*** out July 3, 2019

      ??? a generational legend should be grateful for a movie she helped generate 152 million for.

      • LemonLove July 3, 2019

        These fools. I think a lot of people pretend to know how huge Grace was in her peak. It wasn’t like today where people do things for a few likes or comments. Hollywood put her in movies because she was a big star who made real money (not likes) for the movies she was in. I don’t blame her for expecting more but wonder if someone in her team oversold the role to her to convince her to do it.

    • July 3, 2019

      You are clearly huge or just ignorant to who grace jones is.

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