How to Watch ‘Empire’ and the Others That Made It to the Screen

As if it weren’t enough that the new James Bond film Spectre had already proven a hit with critics, it also got a bit of a cult following thanks to its casting of a black girl as the titular spy.

But what about the other stars of the James Bond universe?

A list of the films that were exploited or even abused by them is an endless one, and while there are plenty of movies that were not only successful but actually enjoyed, the fact that it is still a subject of conversation today is testament to the importance of the industry’s complicity.

Here’s a look at the stars who’ve been cast in exploitation films and the actresses who played them.


Brie Larson Brie was one of the first black actresses to play a Bond villain.

(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) While it is true that Brie won an Academy Award for her role in 2007’s Casino Royale, it is also true that the movie was widely seen as an anti-black backlash against the country’s “anti-imperialist” political culture.

And while it was a major source of criticism, it was Larson who became a star as the evil Dr. No.

In her most recent film, Spectre, Larson plays the role of Skye, a mysterious woman who has been hired by British spy James Bond to infiltrate a black Caribbean island.

Bond, who is of Indian descent, learns that Skye is on the island with a spy, the Black Widow, and they must help her escape.

When she finds her, she tells him that she’s the only person on the planet who can save him.

He orders Skye to kill him, but she is hesitant.

She eventually convinces Bond to allow her to leave the island, and he goes to rescue her.

He then finds her hiding in a warehouse where he has taken refuge, but as soon as he approaches the door, he is shot dead by Skye.

Her death becomes a catalyst for the Black Death.

After Skye dies, she is found by Bond, but his body is left behind.

A few days later, a woman, Brie, arrives at the warehouse and kills Bond, along with Skye’s body.

She then reveals her identity to Bond, and then leaves to join the Black Panther Party, where she eventually kills Captain America, becoming the new Black Panther.

After Bond is killed, she comes to Earth, only to be killed by a scientist named Daniel Craig.

When Bond is later killed by the same scientist, the body of Brie is recovered, and she becomes one of Bond’s best friends.

In 2017, Larson appeared in the new movie Spy, which was released as a remake of the 2003 film of the same name.

The film, which starred Kate Winslet and Kate Hudson, focused on a young black girl who has an extraordinary gift, one that enables her to communicate telepathically with her parents.

When a group of kids steal a video game from her parents, the young girl takes it with her and uses it to play the game.

When the video game becomes corrupted, the girl finds herself in the form of a robotic robot.

Larson plays Daisy Domergue, who uses her telepathy to communicate with her mother, and learns that her parents are evil.

The Black Widow (Maggie Gyllenhaal) plays Skye (Brie Larson), who is played by Brie.

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Alicia Vikander Alicia Vikter played the role as an emotionally vulnerable, tortured woman in The Big Short.

(Getty Images/Getty Image) While The Big Screen hit theaters in 2010, Alicia Vikster made her big screen debut in 2010’s The Big Scary Movie.

The movie, which she co-wrote with her then-boyfriend Scott Rudin, centers around a woman who is emotionally and mentally abused by her abusive father.

In the film, Vikter plays the troubled mother, played by Vikter’s then-husband Brad Pitt, who believes that her daughter is the only one who can help her.

As the film progresses, Vikander plays the abusive father, who tries to get Vikter to kill her daughter in order to get back at her for what he considers her “unwarranted” treatment of him.

Vikter and Pitt eventually overcome their anger and eventually overcome the abusive behavior.

The Big Shy (Tatiana Maslany) plays a woman played by Masloney who, at the beginning of the film in a room, tells her mother that she loves her.

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Adrien Brody Adrien was one that many critics and fans loved to hate, but he was one who many fans also loved to adore.

In 2003’s The Bourne Supremacy, Brody plays a wealthy man who is looking to retire but also wants