Daniel Craig became emotional after shooting his final scene as James Bond in the upcoming 007 adventure “No Time to Die”, which will be his final journey as a super spy.
The free Apple TV documentary titled “Being James Bond” reflects Craig’s career from “Casino Royale”, “Quantum of Solace”, “Skyfall”, “Specter” to “No James Bond”. Time to die, ”which has been delayed more than once but will finally be released in US theaters in October.
The “Being James Bond” documentary shows that Craig’s final scene ended during the filming of “No Time to Die”, leaving Bond out of the frame, a fitting final shot of his 15-year career as 007. The actor gave a touching speech after finishing the shooting late at night, and the cast and crew all cried and shared hugs with each other.
“A lot of people here have worked with me on five films, and I know there’s a lot to be said about what I think about these films … I get up every morning and have the opportunity to work with you. And it’s one of the best honors of my life.” He said holding back tears.
Watch a clip of the “Being James Bond” documentary below.
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“Being James Bond” is free to rent on the Apple TV app until October 7, and “No Time to Die” will hit US theaters the next day. Tickets for the film are now available, including a 40-minute footage shot with an IMAX 15/70mm film camera, the first for the James Bond franchise. “No Time to Die” also made 007 history by being the first release in 3D and Really format.