In fiction she will be called Lucia Sciarra, in the reality is Monica Bellucci. At age 50, Monica takes away the satisfaction of joining the cast of the new 007 as the first Lady Bond saga.
A role, that of co-star of Bond, often entrusted to Italian (it is the third time in 15 years, Daniela Bianchi and Caterina Murino preceded), but more often designed for actresses under 30, designed as expected to end between arms of agent Bond. The cast of the new 007 movie also reserves other surprises, such as the presence of the second Bond girl Léa Seydoux, star of the film Palme d’Or at Cannes Life of Adele, Ralph Fiennes as the new M, director of Secret Intelligence Service, the wrestler Dave Bautista and Christoph Waltz, preached in the role of villain. At the center of the film is actor Daniel Craig, the fourth round in the role of James Bond, directed for the second time by Oscar winner Sam Mendes.
Monica Bellucci provides the film all its beauty and sensuality, qualities that have made her famous all over the world, from US to European countries, particularly France. In her career Monica has participated in several films of great international success, including Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Francis Ford Coppola, Giuseppe Tornatore’s Malena, Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions of Larry and Andy Wachowski, The Passion of the Christ by Mel Gibson, The Brothers Grimm by Terry Gilliam and Spectre which is precisely the film we’re talking about in this article, of Sam Mendes. She has starred in several films causing controversy because of sexy strong scenes they contain, among the most famous especially Dobermann and Irreversible.
From 25 April 2005 in the Grevin Museum in Paris it has exposed a wax figure of Monica Bellucci. She was a member of the jury representing Italy at the Cannes Film Festival 2006. In Lyon, in the rose garden in Parc de la Tete d’Or, it was created in his honor a pink bicolor, with the name of Monica Bellucci.
Monica was married to Vincent Cassel, with whom she had two sons. But the two split in 2013 after fourteen years of marriage, calling it “by mutual Agreement.
Very appreciated in France, she was elected the most beautiful woman in the world by viewers of the television show La Plus belle femme du monde aired on November 8, 2004. In the “50 sexiest women in the world” Maxim 1999 was placed Monica at sixth; by the same magazine she was ranked ninth on the list “The 100 Sexiest Women in the World” in 2002, and in the first position in the list “Women want more” by the online magazine AskMen same year.