Léa Seydoux just got cast as the love interest to Channing Tatum”s Gambit in the “X-Men” spinoff. After she wraps shooting on “Gambit,” she can retire. This alluring French actress has achieved more than plenty of actors do by the time they”ve played their final roles.
The woman just turned 30, and she”s checked off nearly every box you”d want to in a film acting career.
Major espionage action franchise, as a villain
Another major espionage action franchise, as a Bond girl
Racy Palme D”Or winner
Fairy tale retelling
Love story with a sci-fi bent set in a dystopian future
Woody Allen film
Quentin Tarantino film
Ridley Scott film
Wes Anderson film
Seriously, she can spend the rest of her days sunbathing on a Provence beach, come out of retirement for a couple woman-in-midlife-crisis roles, take one more break from the beach later to play Queen Elizabeth I circa 1599 or a wise grandmother type. Maybe do a horror flick and voice a Pixar character if she”s really feeling completionist.