Warning: possible spoilers for No Time To Die ahead.
The latest James Bond film No Time To Die boasts a star-studded cast, marking Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 as he’s joined by psychiatrist Dr Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), new 00 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and CIA agent Paloma (Ana de Armas).
However, Bond fans who head to the cinemas to watch the spy’s latest adventure may be surprised to see Outnumbered and Mock the Week star Hugh Dennis in the blockbuster.
The 25th film in the Bond franchise follows Bond as he sets off on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist.
The character, who was created by author Ian Fleming, faces a new and mysterious villain who’s in possession of technology that can cause grave harm.
Alongside Bond stars including Ralph Fiennes and Rami Malek, Hugh features in the film as a scientist, making an appearance lasting just a few minutes.
While Hugh boasts many acting credits, including Fleabag and Nativity Rocks!, his appearance in No Time To Die is likely to come as a major surprise for cinemagoers.
Hugh attended last night’s premiere for the film at London’s Royal Albert Hall, being photographed on the red carpet with his daughte rMeg.
There aren’t currently any pictures available of Hugh in his Bond role.
The premiere for No Time To Die saw members of the royal family mingle with Hollywood A-listers, with the Duchess of Cambridge glistening in gold as she wore a Jenny Packham gown for the event.
Billie Eilish, who performed the theme song, was also in attendance with her brother Finneas O’Connell, who produced and co-wrote the track.
As this is Daniel’s final turn as Bond, there has been speculation for a long time over who will replace him.
One of the names that keeps cropping up is Idris Elba, who was photographed at an after-party for the film’s premiere with his wife Sabrina Dhowre.
Daniel brought his daughter Ella to the event, the 29-year-old making a rare appearance as she posed with her father in a black suit and white silk shirt.
The Bond star, meanwhile, swapped 007’s signature black tux for a slick pink velvet dinner jacket.
No Time To Die is released in cinemas nationwide in the UK from September 30.
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