‘SPECTRE’: Daniel Craig Did Not Hold Back While Playing Bond for Fourth Time and Gave it His Best
The twenty-fourth installment in the franchise is his fourth time returning for the most coveted roles of all time, so naturally when it came to playing the character, Daniel Craig would want to give his best. New updates reveal that Daniel has outdone himself both physically and emotionally with this movie. Read on for more details.
According to People Magazine, when you play the most suave spy in the world you don’t get to do things that are average in nature. You can’t just do things for the sake of it, you have to put your back into it and that’s what Craig has done with the upcoming movie “SPECTRE.”
This will be Craig’s fourth installment as the MI6 agent and he will be taking on probably the most well-known enemy organization that the character has fought in the last few decades. “SPECTRE,” led by Ernst Stavro Blofeld, is definitely the most vicious organization the world has seen. So when it came to portraying the role for a fourth time, it is being reported that Craig pushed himself to extreme levels both physically and emotionally just so that he could do justice to the character.
Producer Barbara Broccoli stated that the British actor has given his all in this movie and totally inhibited the character thus transforming it in such a way that there’s complexity and more importantly humanity to the role. In the process, Craig had also hurt his knee back in April, for which he had to undergo a surgery. Michael G. Wilson also seemed to be very impressed by the actor’s dedication towards the role and added that the physical challenge was amazing, but Daniel went through it and got the job done.
Screen Rant reported about the fantastic new poster that was released recently. In the poster, one can see Craig dressed up in a white suit looking absolutely calm as he holds his signature Walther PPK semi-automatic pistol. Lea Seydoux adds the glamour in the poster with a floor-length silver dress. “SPECTRE” will release on Nov. 6, 2015.
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