David Singery, a veteran British actor, is launching a sex film about Bond villain Bond villain Sebastian Bourne.
The film, titled Bond’s Bond, will be based on the novel by Sebastian Bournais, which describes Bond’s sex life.
Singery, who has worked with Bourne in several films, said in a statement on Thursday that he would be making Bond’s sex life “one of the most iconic aspects of the film.”
Singery said Bond, whose real name is Roger Moore, is a “sexual predator” who uses sex to manipulate women.
Bond is not a victim, he said.
“His behaviour is manipulative and predatory, and it’s also the only thing that allows him to do what he does.”
Singeries first Bond film, “Bond’s Bond,” which grossed $9.7 million, was released in 2007.
It starred Robert Duvall as Bond and Jennifer Garner as his mistress, Maria De Laveira.
Singers Bond films include “Die Another Day” (2008), “Dr. No” (2009), “Goldfinger” (2010), “Skyfall” (2012), “Casino Royale” (2013) and “The World Is Not Enough” (2015).
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly last month, Singers Bond said Bond’s sexual proclivities were not his own.
“I was born with them,” he said at the time.
“I don’t think they’re things that are a part of my nature that I would ever be able to change.”
Bond has been involved in a number of films with actresses from various parts of the world.
He appeared in the 2009 film “Casualties of War” in which he played the villain of a British movie called “The Man Who Killed Napoleon.”
The actor also appeared in two films with actress Anna Kendrick in 2011: “Gone Girl” and “A Dangerous Method.”