Daniel Craig’s James Bond ‘baddest behaved’ of all as tops worst 007 to date in new study

Being a violent killer and womanising boozer, James Bond is certainly the ultimate anti-hero, but hardly a role model. And now new research has found that Daniel Craig’s 007 is the most badly behaved of all six and therefore the worst Bond to date. The outgoing star of No Time To Die beat the five other official 007s in Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan.

The study by dating app Fluttr analysed all 24 currently released official Bond movies to see which 007 you would most want to avoid dating due to their on-screen bad behaviour.

The research counted how many kills made, sexual partners and alcoholic drinks each Bond consumed across their movies.

As mentioned, the current 007 played by Craig came out the worst Bond to date, with his spy doing something bad in the three categories above every 1.4 minutes on average.

Across just his first four Bond movies (Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre) he consumed 31 alcoholic drinks.

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Daniel Craig’s James Bond ‘baddest behaved’ of all as tops worst 007 to date in new study

Daniel Craig’s James Bond ‘baddest behaved’ of all as tops worst 007 to date in new study (Image: UP)

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The six official James Bonds (Image: MGM)


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While Craig’s Bond also slept with six women and killed a whopping 279 people across 541 minutes of film time.

Behind him was Pierce Brosnan’s Bond who drank half as much, but slept with three more women and killed 108 people.

However, Roger Moore starred in seven 007 movies (the most of any actor) and only came in third.

He was followed by Sean Connery, Timothy Dalton and one-time Bond George Lazenby. Check out the full stats here.

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The James Bond film franchise (Image: EXPRESS)

Back in 2019, MyLotto24 surveyed 2000 British adults to discover the UK’s favourite Bond movies.

Craig’s third outing and 50th anniversary movie Skyfall came out on top with 28.2 per cent of the vote.

It was followed by Sean Connery’s Goldfinger on 24.2 per cent and Craig’s debut Casino Royale at 20.2 per cent.

Here’s the full ranking of all 24 official James Bond movies ahead of No Time To Die.

1. Skyfall (2012) – 28.2%
2. Goldfinger (1964) – 24.2%
3. Casino Royale (2006) – 20.2%
4. Live and Let Die (1973) – 17.0%
5. Spectre (2015) – 16.3% DC
6. Diamonds Are Forever (1971) – 15.0%
7. From Russia with Love (1963) – 14.2%
8. Dr. No (1962) – 13.2%
9. Quantum of Solace (2008) – 13.0%
10. You Only Live Twice (1967) – 11.8%
11. GoldenEye (1995) – 10.3%
12. The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) – 9.9%

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13. Die Another Day (2002) – 9.5%
14. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) – 9.1%
15. Thunderball (1965) – 8.6%
16. Moonraker (1979) – 8.0%
17. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) – 7.9%
18. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) – 7.6%
19. For Your Eyes Only (1981) – 7.4%
20. A View to a Kill (1985) – 7.1%
21. Octopussy (1983) – 7.0%
22. Licence to Kill (1989) – 6.7%
23. The World Is Not Enough (1999) – 6.1%
24. The Living Daylights (1987) – 4.3%

Read More: Hollywood News


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