A few weeks before the often postponed release of To die can wait, the British actor will take the behind-the-scenes look at the shootings of his five films as 007 in a film airing on Apple TV + from September 7.
On October 6, bondophiles will finally be able to see on the big screen, To die can wait, the fifth and last mission of Daniel Craig in the tuxedo of 007. In a kind of television preview the British actor decided to give a nice gift to the admirers of the British spy by revealing, from September 6 in the documentary Being James Bond broadcast on Apple TV, the secrets of this formidable cinematographic adventure which will have seen him in the space of fifteen years turn five missions in the skin of the best agent of Her Most Gracious Majesty, Elizabeth II.
In this retrospective documentary, Daniel Craig who promised to store his Walther PPK in the locker room after his ultimate mission To die can wait (No Time to Die in the language of Shakespeare), will not only go behind the scenes of the shootings of his five films (Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Sky Fall, Spectrum and so To die can wait) but also on the privileged relationships he has forged with Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, the historical producers of the saga inspired by the work of Ian Fleming.
Daniel Craig, “an extraordinary James Bond“
For the first time, as the site reveals Deadline , Daniel Craig, however often stingy with confidences, confesses in Being James Bond his happiness in camping the invincible secret agent: “I loved every second of these movies. And above all, I had the chance and the honor to work with Barbara and George.“
In a few days Daniel Craig will definitively return to the legend of James Bond with Sean Connery and Roger Moore, his most illustrious predecessors. Barbara Broccoli, who will appear in the documentary as an extraordinary event, knows that she will now have to find a worthy successor for him. And in Being James Bond, she is grateful to him for having known how to rejuvenate the image of 007. Her praise resembles the finest farewell: “Daniel has renewed everything: the character, the action, the psychology of the scenarios … Everything in short.Daniel Craig is leaving, but James Bond will continue. Barbara’s faith.
To die can wait by Cary Joji Fukunaga with Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek