In the special 45-minute retrospective, Daniel Craig is set to ‘candidly reflect’ on his 15-year adventure as James Bond, alongside never-before-seen archival footage from Casino Royale to the upcoming No Time To Die.
Craig will also share his personal memories in conversation with 007 producers, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, in the lead up to his final performance as James Bond.
During one of the retrospective’s conversations, Craig notes: ‘A lot of people here have worked on five pictures with me. 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 honours of my life.’
Says Broccoli in the film: ‘Daniel has just taken this, the character, the series, the whole thing, to a place that is so… extraordinary. And so emotionally satisfying.’
‘It’s also emotionally tough being Daniel’s last one. It’s tough on Barbara, it’s tough on me,’ adds Wilson.
Fans can stream the film for free from September 7 to October 7 (Picture: MGM)
The MGM film will be available exclusively on the Apple TV app from September 7 to October 7 to customers and fans in over 30 countries, ready for No Time To Die’s UK release on September 30 and US release on October 8.
Being James Bond is directed by Baillie Walsh and produced by Charlie Thomas, Carla Poole and Special Treats Productions, with Colin Burrows serving as executive producer.
The Apple TV app is available on Apple devices, as well as most popular smart TVs, Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, Chromecast with Google TV, and PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Customers can add Being James Bond to Up Next on the app and be alerted as soon as the film is available to watch.
Craig as 007 in the upcoming No Time To Die (Picture: MGM/Eon/)
Producers Broccoli and Wilson also recently ruled out any talk of a James Bond TV series, following Amazon’s acquisition of MGM in a $8.4billion (£6billion).
Broccoli insisted: ‘We make films. We make films for the cinema. That’s what we do.’
Wilson then added to Total Film (via GamesRadar): ‘We’ve resisted that call for 60 years.’
No Time To Die will be released in cinemas on September 30.
Credit: Original article published here.