In a prestigious ceremony all set to take place on October 6, the Hollywood Walk Of Fame will honour actor Daniel Craig with a star.
The British actor, who is the fourth Bond actor, will be receiving the 2704th star on the highly cherished pavement which is located at the famous 7007 Hollywood Boulevard.
The producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame Ana Martinex made the announcement, saying that the British cultural icon has been a huge asset to the film industry and his contributions will always be valued, adding that his star will be placed alongside Roger Moore’s, another iconic actor who also played the character of James Bond.
Alongside Daniel Craig, Oscar winner Rami Malek will also be speaking at the ceremony. Malek has played the villain in the film No Time To Die, Craig’s portrayal as James Bond. Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson will also speak at the ceremony, who are both franchise producers and have been associated with him for a long time. Hollywood Chamber of Commerce chair Nicole Mihalka will be the Master Of ceremony at the event.
No Time to Die To Be Craig’s Final Outing As Bond
Daniel Craig’s film No Time To Die serves as his final Bond portrayal. The film, which is a huge send-off to Craig, also proves to be a tearjerker for his loyal fans around the globe. The film which was released on September 30 in 3D was originally supposed to release in April 2020 but got delayed owing to the pandemic.
In his career beyond the 007 franchise, the actor will now be a part of the broadway show, Macbeth. The actor, who has been a part of the Broadway stage before with Betrayal, will be playing the lead alongside Ruth Negga as Lady Macbeth.