The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall for the glitzy premiere – which marks Daniel Craig’s last outing as 007
In many ways, the saga of Mourir peut attendre journey to the big screen has been just as tumultuous as the plot of a James Bond film, with dramatic, last-minute cancellations, and an endless cat-and-mouse game with audiences. Now, though, it is finally set to premiere, with the stars of the film rubbing shoulders with the royal family next Tuesday at the Royal Albert Hall.
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The President of BAFTA, the Duke of Cambridge, will join his wife the Duchess and his father the Prince of Wales and stepmother the Duchess of Cornwall for the glitzy red carpet event next week, which will see actors Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux and Lashana Lynch in attendance. The royals will not only meet the film’s stars, but will also be introduced to the its creative team, including writers, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, as well as singer Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell, who wrote the lead track.
As well as the royal and Hollywood contingents, there will also be a large group of front-line workers from the NHS and armed forces in the audience, invited as a thank you for all their tireless work during the past 18 months.
Daniel Craig Chokes Up After Filming His Final James Bond Scene
Daniel Craig got emotional after filming his final scene as James Bond in the upcoming 007 adventure “No Time to Die,” which will be his final outing as the super spy.
The free Apple TV documentary, titled “Being James Bond,” reflects on Craig’s career as the iconic character, from “Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace,” “Skyfall,” “Spectre” to his last-ever scene in “No Time to Die,” which has been delayed multiple times but will finally hit U.S. theaters on October 8.
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The “Being James Bond” documentary shows that Craig’s final scene while filming “No Time to Die” ended with Bond running down an alley out of frame, a fitting final shot to a 15-year career as 007. The actor gave a touching speech after wrapping a late-night shoot, and the cast and crew all teared up and shared hugs with each other.
“A lot of people here worked on five pictures with me, and I know there’s a lot of things said about what I think about these films…But I’ve loved every single second of these movies, and especially this one because I’ve got up every morning and I’ve had the chance to work with you guys. And that has been one of the greatest honors of my life,” he said while holding back tears.
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“Being James Bond” is free to rent on the Apple TV app through October 7, and “No Time to Die” will hit U.S. theaters the next day. Tickets are now available for the film, which features 40 minutes of footage shot with Imax’s 15/70mm film cameras, a first for the James Bond franchise. “No Time to Die” also makes 007 history by being the first released in 3D and RealD formats.
Royal turnout planned for the No Time To Die premiere in London next week