Daniel Craig finally received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, just days before his last film in the James Bond series of films in the United States.
No Time to Die is the fifth and final film in the series, in which Craig plays an elegant British agent who completes the role he played for 15 years.
The Greek star peaked at 2704 on the Walk of Fame and co-starred with the late Roger Moore in seven films between 1973 and 1985.
“Being on this path surrounded by these myths makes me a very, very happy man,” Craig said.
The film was produced by Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson, and Rami Malek, who played the villain Chavez in the film. The “No Time to Die” Festival is a Greek coring festival. After the show was postponed three times due to a corona virus infection, the film grossed $ 121 million in ticket sales when it premiered at the UK International Cinema over the weekend.
Craig will play Macbeth on Broadway in March.
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