“No Time to Die” World Premiere
Actor Daniel Craig is celebrating his final 007 mission
“No Time to Die” is the final James Bond film with Daniel Craig. He celebrated the world premiere with his co-stars – and the royals.
“No Time to Die” is the fifth and final 007 film with Daniel Craig (53, “Knives Out”) in the lead role. For the world premiere, the outgoing screen agent appeared on Tuesday evening (September 28) in front of the Royal Albert Hall in London, along with a large cast of stars – and high-ranking members of the British royal family.
007 Daniel Craig came in a pink premiere outfit
The 53-year-old appeared in front of the photographers in a pink velvet dinner jacket and black pants. His premiere outfit was refined with a white pocket square and shirt as well as a black bow tie. Next to him, his co-stars Lashana Lynch (33), Ana de Armas (33) and Léa Seydoux (36) shone – all three in dream robes in yellow, black and white.
In the rain in London, a number of other top stars on the red carpet also provided a lot of glamor after the long corona-related dry spell. Also there: The new Bond villain and Oscar winner Rami Malek (40, “Bohemian Rhapsody”), Bond producer Barbara Broccoli (61), co-screenwriter and “Fleabag” star Phoebe Waller-Bridge (36), the former ” M “actress Judi Dench (86),” Miss Moneypenny “Naomie Harris (45), the first 007 composer Hans Zimmer (64) and Billie Eilish (19) with brother Finneas O’Connell (24). The musical sibling duo from the USA created the current Bond song “No Time To Die”.
Duchess Kate’s outfit exuded royal glamor
True storms of enthusiasm were not only triggered by the stars of the 25th James Bond adventure, but also by several members of the British royal family – above all Duchess Kate (39), who in her glittering gold floor-length evening gown immediately attracted the full attention of the photographers and those present Fans. The triple mother was accompanied by husband Prince William (39), his father Prince Charles (72) and Duchess Camilla (74).
Daniel Craig’s final Bond film “No Time to Die” was directed by director Cary Fukunaga (44). The blockbuster, in which the legendary MI6 agent returns from early retirement and finds out about the villain Safin (Rami Malek), starts in German cinemas next Thursday (September 30th).