It is hOne can not believe that it is more than 15 years ago that Daniel Craig was announced as the new James Bond. Much has changed in that time but one thing that remained constant was Craig’s rough, grounded approach the world’s most famous superspy. Craigs Bond has always been a bit more genuine. A little more related than Ribbons from the past. And now, with his latest film No time to die Out in the World, a documentary is available to commemorate the trip.
The documentary is called To be James Bond and while previously available for Apple TV + subscribers, it is now available in a much wider capacity on YouTube. In it, Daniel Craig honestly reflects on his 15-years as James Bond, ” says the official website. “Including never before seen archive footage ranging from Casino Royale to No time to die, Craig shares their personal memories in the conversation with 007 producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, in the run-up to his last appearance as the iconic secret agent. “Check it out.
Because this has been released before No time to die, Craig does not talk about it surprising conclusion (but you can read him discuss the big spoilers here), but he becomes very contemplative. “A lot of people here have worked on five pictures with me,” Craig says in the film. “I’ve loved every single second of these films, and especially this one, because I’ve got up every morning and I’ve had the chance to work with you, and it’s been one of the greatest honors.my life rs. “
Since a new Bond has yet to be cast, and Craigs is still so fresh in our minds, it’s hard to place him exactly with the Bonds of the past. Is he overtaking the legend of Sean Connery? Probably not. Has the popularity of his race been more influential than Pierce Brosnan’s? Probably. But a few years and a new Bond will definitely make us think more properly about his legacy.
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