Saturday / October 09 / 2021

Daniel Craig on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Daniel and Rami appeared on Thursday night’s episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden as the press tour of No Time to Die continues. I have added stills and screencaps in our gallery! Check out two clips from the episode below, including one where Daniel and James recreated 24 blockbuster films in 10 minutes!

Friday / October 08 / 2021

Daniel Craig on Jimmy Kimmel Live

On the same day as his Walk of Fame star ceremony, Daniel appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about No Time to Die, watching it with the Royal Family, and more. Check it out below, and episode stills in our gallery! I’ll work on screencaps soon.

Thursday / October 07 / 2021

Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony

As previously announced, Daniel has received his well-deserved Hollywood Walk of Fame star! Co-star Rami Malek and Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli spoke at the ceremony. It was also streamed live on Variety’s official YouTube channel, which is still available to watch below. We’re so proud and happy for you, Daniel! Head over to our gallery for photos.

Wednesday / October 06 / 2021

Daniel Craig on Good Morning America

Daniel appeared on Good Morning America yesterday, right in time for James Bond Day! He talked about No Time to Die, his return to Broadway with Macbeth, and more. Check out the full interview below, along with set photos and screencaptures in our gallery!

Tuesday / October 05 / 2021

Daniel Craig & Lashana Lynch Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

As part of the No Time to Die promotion, Daniel and Lashana answer the web’s most searched questions with WIRED. Check it out below, and screencaps in our gallery!

Saturday / October 02 / 2021

Daniel Craig Gets Walk of Fame Star

Just in time for the US release of No Time to Die, Daniel is set to receive his star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 6th! A ceremony will be held at 6:30 PM PT, wherein co-star Rami Malek will speak, along with Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli as guest speakers. We are so happy to see Daniel receive such an honor, it’s very well-deserved!

The 007 actor will get his star in a ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 6:30 p.m. PT. His will be the 2,704th star on the Walk of Fame, and the fourth James Bond actor to receive the honor after David Niven, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan. Barry Nelson also played Bond in a TV movie and received a star during his career. Craig’s star will be placed next to Moore’s, located at 7007 Hollywood Boulevard.

Rami Malek, who plays the villain Lyutsifer Safin in the upcoming “No Time to Die,” Craig’s fifth and final outing as Bond, will speak at the Walk of Fame ceremony. Bond franchise producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli will also serve as guest speakers. The Walk of Fame event will be emceed by Nicole Mihalka, Hollywood Chamber of Commerce chair.

“Daniel Craig is a British cultural icon, as is James Bond, the man he has portrayed in five 007 films. We are thrilled to place his terrazzo Walk of Fame star next to the star of another famed actor who also portrayed James Bond, Roger Moore. Fans will be thrilled when they see that their stars are appropriately located at 7007 Hollywood Boulevard,” said Ana Martinez, producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, in a statement.


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Friday / October 01 / 2021

Daniel Craig for The New York Times

Daniel spoke with The New York Times to discuss No Time to Die. This interview was done last year for the original release date of the film. A follow-up interview by phone was done last month, and this article is a mix of both interviews. Daniel also finally got to discover a viral clip of him from his Saturday Night Live stint where he introduces The Weeknd. Below is an excerpt of the interview!

What has the last year and a half been like for you? How are things, whatever that means to you?

They’re as good as they can be. I’m incredibly fortunate to have a wonderful family and also to have had a place out of the city where we could go and get away from kind of the craziness. We left the city the 8th of March. The night before, I did “S.N.L.,” which was truly surreal. It’s been a tough year for everybody and we’ve had things go down which have not been so pleasant, but so it goes.

Is it humbling to play these characters who are defined by being capable and resourceful and then to have a real-life experience that reminds you we’re all at the mercy of these larger forces?

Well, I don’t feel like that anyway. I feel like a normal human being most of the time. I don’t feel any connection to the characters I play. I mean at all. They’re just that. So many things have been put into perspective. It’s difficult not to just look at the world in a different way. I’m sure it’s the same for everybody.

There is a video clip making the rounds from a speech when you addressed your colleagues and crew at the end of filming “No Time to Die.” You teared up at the end, and it was very comforting to me to see you show emotion — that you could be vulnerable that way.

I don’t show myself to the world as much as maybe people would like, but that’s my choice. It’s got me probably into trouble and has made people make up their own minds about me. But I’m an incredibly emotional human being. I’m an actor. I mean, that’s what I do for a living. And the clip you’re talking about is the end of 15 years of my life that I’ve put everything I can into. I would be some kind of sociopath not to get a little bit choked up at the end of that. Hopefully, I’m no sociopath.

You can read the full interview at The New York Times. If you’re hit with the paywall pop-up, I have copied it in full on a separate page here on the site. Enjoy!

Friday / October 01 / 2021

Daniel Craig Heads to Broadway in Macbeth

Daniel is set to return to Broadway in the starring role of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, with Ruth Negga as Lady Macbeth next spring. The production will run for 15 weeks and will be directed by Tony Award winner Sam Gold. Performances will begin on March 29, 2022 at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre, with an official opening on April 28, 2022. Ticket presales will start on October 6th, with general ticket sales starts on October 8th.

“Daniel is not only a great film actor but a magnificent theatre actor as well,” said Macbeth producer Barbara Broccoli, who also produces the James Bond film franchise that featured Craig in the title role. “I am thrilled that he will be supporting the return of Broadway playing this iconic role with the exquisitely talented Ruth Negga making her Broadway debut and under the expert direction of Sam Gold.”

Gold, who was Tony-nominated in 2017 for A Doll’s House, Part 2 and won the award in 2015 for Fun Home, said in a statement, “I am beyond thrilled to be participating in this historic season as theatre re-emerges, and to be working with two such masterful actors on one of dramatic literature’s most challenging and epic dramas.”


Wednesday / September 29 / 2021

No Time to Die World Premiere

It’s been a long 18 months and now it’s finally here! The world premiere of No Time to Die was held yesterday at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The event was also streamed live on the official James Bond Facebook page. Daniel looked amazing in the pink velvet tuxedo (courtesy of Anderson & Sheppard), and it’s such a sight to him smiling and the glow in his eyes. Check out over 500 high-quality photos of Daniel at the event in our gallery! Thanks to my friend, Emily at Chris Evans Central, for helping!

Saturday / September 25 / 2021

The Graham Norton Show

The cast of No Time to Die are the first guests of the opening episode of the 29th series of The Graham Norton Show. Check out high-quality stills in our gallery! They also released some clips from the episode, you can watch them below.

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