Daniel Craig a.k.a. Mr. James Bond has rolled out his latest movie, “Spectre,” and is now out promoting the film. During his promotional trip, he took time out for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
According to Rolling Stone, an unexpected part of the movie was revealed by Daniel Craig during his guesting with”The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
Colbert, like the way he is famous for, started questioning in a way that is already borderline accusing Craig of destroying way too many beautiful cars in his Bond movies. Craig then replied that this thing will be taken care of in the upcoming 007 movies.
Craig went on to tell the viewers to watch “Spectre” see how the issue had been rectified. As a sample, a “mock clip” from the film was shown and the scene starts at a location in Rome.
Bond moves into a company named Rental Co., which rents budget cars. He asks for a normal vehicle, which he can use to reach his destination. Why did he use a “normal” vehicle? Because the famous international spy had just destroyed his trademark Aston Martin.
As the clip rolls on, the owner of this rental car company, Randy Colbert, does not have any interest in what Mr. 007 does. When he learns that James Bond is out to save the place from a group of assassins, he is not surprised at all. He shrugs it off and simply says in a calm tone that everyone has some work to do. Daniel Craig was really delighted to be at the show.
Aren’t you excited to watch the new movie of the James Bond franchise? What do you expect from “Spectre”? Share your views in the comments below.
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