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Topic - Bérénice Marlohe
If he's particular enough to like his martini shaken not stirred, James Bond probably likes his trousers trim not tight. Same goes for the tuxedo that's formal and not fussy, and any sweater in his closet surely is cashmere and perfectly casual and cool.
To borrow a line from Depeche Mode, death is everywhere in "Skyfall." James Bond's mortality has never been in such prominent focus, but the demise of the entire British spy game as we know it seems imminent, as well.
Berenice Marlohe, the newest Bond girl, has been making the red carpet at the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival look like a day at the beach.
Where better than Cannes, the current epicenter of international glamor, to find a Bond girl?
Ah, Mr. Bond, we've been waiting for you _ and at last 007 is back, several years after his last screen adventure.
Ah, Mr. Bond, we've been waiting for you — and at last 007 is back, several years after his last screen adventure.