Honor to Daniel Craig
“Bond” receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Daniel Craig gets his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Right next to it is the star of a former bond.
The British actor Daniel Craig (53), who has been celebrating his farewell as James Bond since September 30th with “No Time to Die” in this country, will get his own star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood in October. This was done on the official website communicated to the traditional ceremony. The ceremony will take place on October 6th at 6:30 p.m. local time. It is star number 2,704, which goes to the outgoing 007.
So Craig gets his star two days before his final appearance as MI6 agent James Bond starts in US cinemas. The laudators for the ceremony were also announced. In addition to the “Bond” makers Michael G. Wilson (79) and Barbara Broccoli (61), Rami Malek (40) will give a speech. So just the man who makes life difficult for Craig in “No Time to Die” as the villain Safin.
“British Culture Icon”
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 excited to be able to place their star next to that of another actor who also played James Bond: Roger Moore (1927-2017). If you want to watch it live despite the time difference, you can do so via stream on the website.