After 15 years as a 007 agent, it is coming to an end for Daniel Craig (53). His latest film as James Bond, “No Time To Die”, premieres on October 1.
In the upcoming film, Bond has left active service and enjoys a quiet life in Jamaica. The peace is still short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA shows up and asks for help.
And now it’s time for Craig to leave life as an agent, which of course is not easy after a decade and a half.
– An honour
In the documentary “Being James Bond”, the Hollywood star says goodbye to the character and people behind the films, writes Sky News. Craig describes the job as the 007 agent as the greatest honor in life.
– Many people here have worked on five films with me. I know there has been a lot of talk about what I think about the films and everything, he says tearfully, and continues:
– But anyway, I have loved every second of these films, especially because I have woken up every morning and had the opportunity to work with you. And it has been one of the greatest honors of my life.
According to the British newspaper, the documentary shows unseen material from Craig’s first Bond film in 2006, “Casino Royale”, for the upcoming film.
Recording in Norway
The filming of the upcoming movie was characterized by a lot of secrecy.
When parts of the film were shot in Norway, Dagbladet obtained exclusive video footage from the filming that took place at Langvann in Nittedal, just outside Oslo.
Dagbladet was the first newspaper to receive pictures of the car from the stunt practice one early summer evening in 2019. The recordings of the 25th James Bond film were then in full swing on Atlanterhavsveien in Møre og Romsdal.
Dagbladet could also report that a BMW hit created headaches for film production due to tire marks on the asphalt.