On the last day of filming No Time To Die, Daniel Craig gave an emotional speech on the set. It’s the actor’s final movie wearing James Bond’s iconic Brioni tuxedo and carrying a Walther P99.
The man who for the last decade has been the face of the longest movie series in film history gave a rare and emotional speech on the set of No Time To Die. In his speech, he showed his gratitude to everyone involved in the production of his final Bond movie/ He also gave special thanks to the people who worked hard in all five of them. Craig had previously been in Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace, Spectre, and Skyfall, a series of movies that has truly revitalized the franchise thanks to the actor.
Even though the video of his speech is from 2019 when the production of the film ended, it didn’t go viral until now. No Time To Die was one of the first films to suffer from the pandemic’s rescheduling due to lockdown measures. Keeping fans of the Bond series waiting for almost two years may possibly have put even more pressure and high expectations on the movie.
In No Time to Die, James Bond finds himself once again out of retirement and back on duty for Queen and country as Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek) is scheming to blow things up. Daniel Craig is accompanied on his last mission by actress Lea Seydoux as Madeleine Swann and introducing Lashana Lynch as Nomi, the new special MI6 agent replacing Bond. The film will finally release in the US on October 8.