Star delivers emotional speech on the set of his last Bond film
Daniel Craig plays James Bond one last time in “No Time to Die.” He gave an emotional speech on the set of the film.
In “James Bond: No Time to Die” Daniel Craig (53) slips into the role of the secret agent for the last time – an emotional farewell for the actor. In a short clip which was shared on Twitter, Craig appears to be giving a speech to the film crew and his colleagues on the set of the latest Bond flick.
“That was one of the greatest honors of my life”
“A lot of people here have worked with me on five films and I know a lot of things are said about what I think about those films,” says Craig in the video. “But I loved every single second of these films – and especially this one. Because I woke up every morning and got to work with you guys. That was one of the greatest honors of my life,” said Craig, visibly touched.
Daniel Craig replaced his predecessor Pierce Brosnan (68) and was first seen in 2006 in “Casino Royale” as James Bond. “A Quantum of Solace” followed in 2008, “Skyfall” in 2012 and “Specter” in 2015. The cinema release of the new flick “No Time to Die” had to be postponed several times due to the corona pandemic. The film will now be released in German cinemas on September 30, 2021. It is not yet clear who will take on the role of James Bond in the future.