Daniel Craig, popularly known for the 077 series, wrapped up his tenure as James Bond with the fifth outcoming “No Time To Die.”
After an 18 month delay owing to the COVID-19 epidemic, cinema’s renowned Daniel Craig came with “Spectre” but he said his fifth role in “No Time To Die” allowed him to complete the “James Bond” journey from after 60 years the first Bond film “Dr No” aired.
“No Time To Die,” which cost an estimated $200 million to make, sees Bond return from his idyllic existence in Jamaica to assist track down a new adversary armed with lethal technology.
Daniel said “I didn’t think that I was going to do another movie after Spectre. I genuinely thought that I was going to … just pack it in.”
“But I’m so happy that I got the chance to come and do this one. And we tied up lots of loose ends. We’ve tried to tell one story with all my Bond movies. It’s like they’re all connected in some way and this one just sort of capped it off.”
Here is how netizens are reacting:
When the dust settles, Daniel Craig will be remembered as a legendary James Bond. Daniel Craig raised the bar for all future 007s: pic.twitter.com/TjEx7W8waF
— Cinema Tweets (@CinemaTweets1) September 18, 2021
Daniel Craig gets emotional during his Goodbye speech to his James Bond Crew 🥺 pic.twitter.com/uvBpZiUzh8
— Andy Signore (@andysignore) September 17, 2021
Thank you Daniel Craig for playing the role of James Bond pic.twitter.com/MRGXhpQQdd
— P-h-a-y-t-a-l (@phaytalgaming) September 17, 2021
— Graham Norton Show (@TheGNShow) September 24, 2021