Jennifer Lawrence Reportedly Tapped to Play 'a Blonde Bond'

She would be perfect for this.

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Betty Pack, a WWII spy credited with "changing the entire course of the war," was given the moniker "blonde Bond" in her obituary in Time magazine. Pack was a veritable femme fatale, approaching her missions and adventures with the same daredevil attitude and intimacy that were signature to the iconic James Bond character.

This real-life secret agent's story is recounted in the biography The Last Goodnight, by Howard Blum, the rights to which were just purchased for a whopping six figures by Sony's Columbia Tristar Pictures, Page Six reports. While many actresses would jump at the chance to take on such a historic, powerhouse female role, producers allegedly have their eyes on Jennifer Lawrence to portray Pack.

If everything stays the course, it sounds like Lawrence will have another landmark role to add to her already impressive resume.

Sarah Lindig

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