Natalie Dormer is set to reprise her role as documentary film-maker Cressida in the final Hunger Games movie, Mockingjay: Part 2 and we were lucky enough to sit down with her to talk about the role and how she sees gender inequality in the film industry.
Natalie is known for taking on kick-ass roles (as well as Cressida, she's played Margaery Tyrell in Game of Thrones and The Scandalous Lady W) and we couldn't resist asking which strong female roles she aspires to play.
"There is a wealth of strong female roles that are out there that I'd love to tackle, hopefully a lot of them still unwritten," she said. "We want some more interesting 3-dimensional roles written in the future. And the commercial success of movies like the Hunger Games proves that this is viable now."
But what about the ultimate man's role being played by a woman?
"007 probably will be a woman one day. I'm sure they will make Jane Bond and so they should.," she said.
"For me personally when I think of gender equality in movies, what I think is that you want to get to the point where gender is irrelevant. A role like President Coin played by Julianne Moore could very easily have been played by a man. Cressida is a documentary film maker, could have been played by a male actor. We'll know when we are at real equality when it isn't about their gender at all, when that's almost irrelevant."
Hunger Games Mockingjay: Part 2 is released on 20 November.
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