James Bond, as a character, has gone through quite the metamorphosis over the past two decades. At the moment Daniel Craig is at the forefront of the 007 moniker, with a rough and tumble way of dealing with his problems, and his final film - No Time To Die - on the way. However it wasn't always like that, as Pierce Brosnan showed in the '90s, when he took a more delicately placed approach.
During his final film in the franchise, Brosnan was met on screen with one of the most iconic "Bond girls" of all time - Halle Berry.
Berry played Jinx Johnson, an NSA agent who was along for the ride - but certainly didn't need Bond to help her do anything.
And this was noted by a few of the producers, as Berry claims they began rallying to get Jinx her own spin-off. '
In a recent interview, however, Berry explained how this never came to fruition.
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James Bond: Halle Berry spoke out about missing the chance of a spin-off movie (Image: GETTY • SONY)
James Bond: Jinx Johnson was supposedly going to see a spin-off (Image: SONY)
Speaking to Variety, Berry told of the success following Die Another Day, which prompted interest in her character.
Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson supposedly "lobbied" for Jinx to get her own spin-off - exciting Berry to no end.
Unfortunately, MGM apparently wasn't too happy about the idea of investing $80 million plans.
Speaking out about this situation, Berry said: "It was very disappointing."
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