Daniel Craig Leaves the Bond Franchise in Style at No Time to Die Premiere

Craig appeared on the red carpet in a stylish red tuxedo

Daniel Craig Officially Leaves the Franchise in Style at No Time to Die Premiere
Daniel Craig wearing a red tuxedo during the No Time To Die premiere.

Here comes the end of an era, as No Time to Die starring Daniel Craig finally premiered. This would be the last James Bond movie that Daniel Craig would star in, making him the only actor to play the role for 15 years. Previously, Roger Moore remained the longest serving actor who appeared in 7 James Bond films for 12 years.

Many film critics say that Daniel Craig has transformed the role completely. For instance, the James Bond role that Daniel Craig played was not a bon vivant or a womanizer as portrayed in the previous films. Instead, he was a tortured and intense killer who was not up for nonsense.


Indeed, following No Time to Die, the actor is leaving a void that is quite hard to fill. But at the same time, the actor is going out with a bang. For instance, the No Time to Die star just recently appeared on the red carpet in a red tuxedo. Craig stepped out on the red carpet wearing a vermillion, velvet jacket paired with a black bow tie, trousers and finishing the dapper look with patent leather Oxfords.

Craig was also outfitted by OMEGA, with a very classy gold Seamaster Aqua Terra seen on his wrist for the star-studded premiere.



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Since the Royal Family members also attended the evening, Daniel Craig was seen chatting with Camilla and Prince Charles. Along with that, ahead of the No Time to Die screening, he was also seen interacting with Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Other celebrities who attended the No Time to Die premiere included Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, and Léa Seydoux. Not only that, but Emma Raducanu, the British tennis star, and Rappers Skepta, Stormzy, and Dave were also present.


Film critics have already started rating the film. If you’re wondering whether No Time to Die is worth a watch, Peter Bradshaw from The Guardian gave the film 5 stars.

At the same time, Erik Davis, another film critic wrote, “So #NoTimeToDie is AWESOME! Classic Bond, classic villain, classic gadgets & a story that seems to question how much we still need James Bond to save the day.”


Fans all over the world are very keen on seeing No Time to Die as well. Though, they are wondering who will fill the role of the spy next. Since Daniel Craig has really raised the bar a lot, the chances are that the next actor will certainly need some extraordinary talent to fill the hole.

Regarding that, Daniel Craig has a simple piece of advice. And that is, “don’t be sh*t,” he joked in a conversation during a BBC Radio 1 interview recently.

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