The idea that Hollywood only sees the almighty dollar is a fallacy. I hate to say it, but this obsession with both role reversals and making flicks that have an overt political message (overwhelmingly on one side) have proven to be flops again and again. There were several high profile movies made during the Bush 43 presidency that were highly critical of US foreign policy, etc. in the Middle East that didn't perform well at the box office. Ghostbusters remake bombed. Captain Marvel became a crusading wokester and didn't perform to expectations. No, Hollywood is deep in the mire of politics these days, and it's one reason many folks have stopped seeing movies altogether. Who wants to spend $15 to be insulted for two hours? Now, a female "007" could be very successful, and a successful franchise. The writers need to build a strong and recognizable character that can grow and progress over several films. But it won't EVER be a James Bond movie. James Bond movies are a certain animal and you go see them to see certain things. Shoot, they've tried to reimagine Godzilla over the past couple decades and it hasn't really taken. We still want the big guy in the rubber suit stepping on buildings and "tearing high tension wires down." A new Fast and Furious movie featuring hot air balloons just isn't the same thing.