James Bond is both a first-rate secret agent with a license to kill and a notorious womanizer.
But it looks like Bond could be a one man man now. At the very least, it looks like 007's bae from Specter returns to the next Bond movie, the 25th in the franchise.
According to The Daily Mail the director of the next Bond film, Cary Joji Fukunaga, has announced that French actress Léa Seydoux will return to the franchise.
"Léa will return," Fukunaga told the Daily Mail . Presumably, Seydoux will play her role as dr. Madeleine Swann, psychiatrist and the main love interest in Specter again.
It has long been confirmed that Daniel Craig will also return for his role in James Bond's next film, which will premiere in 2020.
"Why should not I get the best back?"
Fukunaga further stated that he also brought Ralph Fiennes, who plays the character M along with Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris, each playing Q and Moneypenny.
"Here are some of the best actors in the world," said Fukunaga. "Why should not I come back for the best?"
Only once before has a "Bond Girl" returned to the franchise after her relationship with Bond ended. Octopussy Actor Maud Adams returned . View of a kill, but in a different role.
If we go ahead and assume that Seydoux returns as Bond's girlfriend, she'll be the first "Bond Girl" to portray Love's main interest in two films.
Well, Swann and Bond were damn good Specter.
Mashable has contacted representatives of Léa Seydoux and Cary Joji Fukunaga.