James Bond is a fictional character created by Ian Fl ‘Marvel actor’s counsel helped me ease into 007,’ says Daniel Craig.


James Bond is a fictional character created by Ian Fl ‘Marvel actor’s counsel helped me ease into 007,’ says Daniel Craig.

Daniel Craig’s stint as James Bond comes to an end this week with the release of No Time To Die, but his time as the spy might have been very different if he hadn’t been joined by a Marvel superhero actor.

Daniel Craig chatted with Lorraine earlier this week on her morning show about his forthcoming film No Time To Die, which will be released on Thursday. After making his debut in 2006’s Casino Royale, the British actor has been playing James Bond for 15 years. He received some guidance from a Marvel actor shortly after his appearance in the big picture.

Craig told Lorraine about how Hugh Jackman, the Wolverine, came to his aid when he was in trouble.

“He’s lovely, and he’s… he just helped me to relax a little bit more into it,” the celebrity explained.

The two performers collaborated on the Broadway show A Steady Rain in 2007, a year after Casino Royale was premiered.

Jackman had some insight into what Craig was getting himself into, having portrayed the same Marvel hero, Wolverine, for 17 years.

“Let’s put it this way,” the Knives Out star said, “he’s been famous for longer than me!”

‘Just enjoy it!’ he added. And a light bulb went off in my head, and I thought to myself, ‘Oh, okay.’ Fine!'” Craig went on to say: “It’s fantastic because it’s enjoyable. And how lovely is it when others like you?” The James Bond baton will be passed on to a new actor in the future, who will take up the role for a number of years.

For the next 007 star, the 53-year-old actor has similar advice: “Simply take pleasure in it.

“My entrance was complicated; simply put your head down, do your task, and do your best. That’s exactly what I told myself. Fingers crossed for the next individual… it’ll only get better.” For the first time, it appears that the current Bond saga will undergo a significant transformation.

According to current Bond odds, a woman might be cast in the role for the first time in history.

Lashana Lynch, who plays Nomi, is currently the favorite at 5/1, knocking out Idris Elba, Luke Evans, and Henry Cavill. However, she still trails Regé-Jean Page and Tom Hardy.

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