As Daniel Craig waits for No Time to Die to hit theaters, he recounted how he auditioned to become James Bond.
The truth is that Daniel Craig had a long road as James Bond. With the arrival of No Time to Die, which continues to push back its premiere date, the actor will give us his last appearance as Agent 007 and fans are hopeful that it will be a great send-off. Recently, the actor recalled how his audition was to stay with the lead and what he did to be chosen among so many actors.
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The first time we saw Daniel Craig as James Bond was in 2006, during the minutes of 007: Casino Royale. In this way, the character had a great reintroduction from the actor's hand and all doubts regarding his interpretation were quickly eliminated. While we wait for the release of No Time to Die, the actor's latest film, Daniel Craig went through the franchise's official podcast: The James Bond Podcast. There, he spoke about auditioning his first tape, where it was impossible for him to imitate other 007 agents.
A very own audition
“I cannot make an impression of something that is gone, I cannot recreate what has been done before. Although that's brilliant, and I'm a fanatic, I can't do it. I can't go in and try to be something that people expect. I can go in and try to reinvent it because that, for me, is fascinating and interesting. Instead of them saying, 'Thank you so much, bye,' they said, 'Yeah, that's exactly what we want you to do,' ”Daniel Craig revealed during the podcast.
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No Time to Die is the next and last James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig. Regarding his direction, it was in charge of Cary Fukunaga. In addition to Craig as the main actor, the cast includes Ana de Armas, Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek, among others.
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