Daniel Craig is stepping down as the MI6 agent James Bond after five movies
It can be admitted that after Robert Downey Jr. stepping down as Ironman and Hugh Jackman resigning as Wolverine, we aren’t ready for another farewell. However, we are left with no choice, but to accept and bid farewell to another legend, Daniel Craig, the blond-haired, blue-eyed secret agent of MI6 who succeeded in saving the planet five times.
Daniel Craig, the James Bond whom we fell in love with from the film Casino Royale, is stepping down from his role, and this has led to several speculations as to who will carry out Her Majesty’s orders. Some popular names heard are Idris Elba, Jon Hamm and Tom Hardy. But that will all be after September 30, when No Time To Die releases. Until then, we can look forward to the release of a documentary chronicling Daniel Craig’s journey as the spy agent titled Being James Bond.
When and where to watch the documentary?
The documentary film will air on Apple TV from September 7 to October 7 as a special promo before the film's release on September 30.
What is Being James Bond about?
The 45-minute documentary will see the actor along with several cast and crew members he has worked with so far, recounting their exciting experiences. The documentary will also contain special never seen footage from Casino Royale, the first movie of Daniel Craig as James Bond. It narrates his journey as James Bond for fifteen years, starting from Casino Royale’s release in 2006.
In the trailer, the actor is seen getting emotional and saying, “I've loved every single second of these movies, and especially this one because I've got up every morning and I've had the chance to work with you guys, and that has been one of the greatest honours of my life.”
Being James Bond is directed by Baillie Walsh and produced by Charlie Thomas, Carla Poole and Special Treats Productions.