Daniel Craig‘s glorious reign as James Bond will come to an end with No Time To Die, so fans are getting treated to a lot of press and appearances, including his guest host gig on SNL and now his cover story in the April GQ, replete with hot photos by Lachlan Bailey.
From Sam Knight‘s profile:
Craig’s films in the role have already grossed more than $3 billion. He also changed the part in dramatic terms. In Craig’s hands, Bond aged, fell in love, and wept for the first time. He lost the smirk and gained a hinterland. During the same period, Britain—which Bond, in some way, always represents—has experienced extraordinary turmoil and self-doubt, #MeToo has happened, and it’s very unclear who the good guys are anymore. It’s just possible that Craig smashed Bond in more ways than one. The films can never go back to what they were. When I asked Broccoli how she was going to cope without Craig, it was her turn to flounder. “Honestly, I don’t know,” she replied. “I can’t…I don’t want to think about it.”
ICYMI, he had a little fun with the role on SNL last week:
(Image: GQ April 2020 cover)