Hollywood actress Rosamund Pike has enjoyed a long and successful acting career over the years, making some appearances in some impressive movies along the way. One of the biggest roles that Rosamund has played in her career was as a Bond girl in the 2002 James Bond movie Die Another Day, which was her big screen debut.
Rosamund Pike has now reminisced about her experience on the James Bond movie, admitting that it had a big effect on how she looked at herself. At the age of 21, Rosamund was still a young woman but she says that she had to accept the fact that she was now being seen as an object.
Pike features in W Magazine, where she explained, "The Bond film was like an ejector seat from normality into a crazy circus world. It was trial by fire. I was 21, and I was made to look far more sophisticated than I felt."
She then added,: "Instantly, I had to come to terms with myself as a woman and also as an object. I was looking at myself from the outside for the first time. That awareness, for any girl, is both horrible and fascinating."
Since appearing in Die Another Day, Rosamund Pike has gone on to enjoy a hugely successful career and will appear in the female lead of the upcoming movie Gone Girl, which sees her sharing the big screen with Ben Affleck, while Emily Ratajkowski will make an appearance in the film. Gone Girl will hit the big screen on October 3 in both the US and the UK.