Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is “crazy”
Now Daniel Craig is also getting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. For the James Bond actor this is “surreal” and “crazy”.
Parallel to his last assignment as a double-zero agent, Daniel Craig (53) received one of the coveted stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. A few hours before the ceremony, the British actor tells the story on the ABC show “Good Morning America”that this is “surreal” and “crazy” for him.
About his success as 007 he said: “I think it will take me 15 years to come to terms with it all.” It is a great thing for him that his films mean great things to many people. Nevertheless, with regard to the James Bond series, he had found a happy ending: “It is time to end it. It is done.”
Big star unveiling planned
On the official website of the Hollywood Walk of Fame It was previously announced that the ceremony will take place on October 6th at 6:30 p.m. local time. It is the star with the number 2,704, which goes to the outgoing 007. The laudators for the ceremony include “Bond” makers Michael G. Wilson (79) and Barbara Broccoli (61) and Rami Malek (40). Ironically the man who makes life difficult for Craig in “No Time to Die” as the villain Safin.
The reasons for the honor include: “Daniel Craig is a British cultural icon, as is James Bond, the man he portrayed in five 007 films.” They are thrilled to be able to place the star next to another Bond actor: Roger Moore (1927-2017). The last Bond film with Craig, “No Time to Die”, premiered in London at the end of September and has been running in Germany since September 30th. The US launch will be on October 8th.