Naomie Harris on whether Moneypenny will get her own movie

The Oscar-winning “Moonlight” actress talks James Bond and her role as a police officer in the new action film “ Black and Blue.”
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with Oscar nominated actress, you know her from "Moonlight" and the James bond films now starring in the new action thriller "Black and blue." Give it up for naomie Harris. About to star in your third bond movie. Your director from "Moonlight" apparently always wanted to do a Moneypenny stand-alone movie. He's wanted to do a bad ass, kick ass kind of action thing with Moneypenny which I'm all for. I am too. And got together with Barbara broccoli and said let's make this happen but she wasn't so down with it but maybe one day. Who knows. The conversation is started at least and we're continuing it here so who knows. You play some very strong characters that sometimes have to show some aggression. Yes. You have been to anger management classes but not for the reason -- Everybody is shocked. Not for the reason people would think. You went to find some anger. Yeah, no, I have the anger. I have issues with expressing it in everyday life. Yeah, I like stuff it down. I swallow it all and hurt myself, you know. So I wanted to release it but the only thing was I didn't realize obviously in I go to an anger management class there will be all these angry people and have to deal with their anger so it was a little stressful I have to say. You needed to find it. In this you play a rookie cop and you witness a fellow officer murder a drug dealer, yeah. And a bad cop comes after you. This is an intense role for you. It's very intense. Did that management training come in handy? Did you find your inner anger? A found a lot of anger, yes. I needed it. I really needed it. It's such a roller coaster ride of a movie. You're on the edge of your seat literally the whole movie because it's 12 hours with her on the run and I started off this movie and they said to me you're not going to have to do any stunts. We're gel a stunt double to do everything for you and I started the movie and once I signed the contract, oh, we just want to you jump from here to here and jump out of this window and I ended up doing all these crazy stunts. It's insane. Let's see what you do in this clip, at least. Are you okay? You look like hell. Where is your ride at. It's a long story. All right, come on. Let's go. Let's get you out of here. Are you injured? Come on, we got you. We found her. We got her. It's all right. We got you. West, hey. Don't be stupid, west. All he wants is the body cam. You are not kidding. Action plaqued. "Black and blue" opens nationwide Friday in theaters. Thank you for joining us.

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