James Bond fans will see the end of Daniel Craig’s legendary 007 in the next week as No Time To Die hits cinemas on September 30. The film closes out the British actor’s five-film run, which started with Casino Royale in 2006. After 15 years in the role, Craig has become one of the most memorable stars who has taken on the legendary shoes of 007 – but is he the best?
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Craig is extremely popular with Bond fans, but could he be the best-loved 007 actor of all time?
Of course, he will be going up against the likes of Sean Connery, who kickstarted the franchise in 1962 with Dr No.
Connery appeared in six Bond films overall, from Dr No to You Only Live Twice, before returning for Diamonds Are Forever.
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Connery was briefly replaced by Australian actor George Lazenby who acted in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, before quitting acting.
Roger Moore took over shortly thereafter, appearing in seven films from Live and Let Die in 1973 to A View To a Kill in 1985. Beyond that, Timothy Dalton was welcomed into the Bond family for two films – The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill.
Pierce Brosnan took over throughout the 1990s with four films of his own, starting with GoldenEye and ending with Die Another Die in 2002.
Four years later, in 2006, Craig took over.
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No Time To Die will bring a definitive end to Craig’s story as 007 which began with an air of heartbreak.
Casino Royale showed Bond falling in love with the mysterious Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), and becoming vulnerable for the first time.
However, it was revealed Vesper was actually working against him all along, making him lose any trust he had for humanity in the following films.
During the events of Spectre, it was revealed everything Bond had gone through was at the behest of Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz).
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Although the actor has had an incredible journey as Bond, Craig has spoken out about how tough it will be to move on.
A video was recently released showing Craig on the final day of shooting during No Time To Die.
The emotional actor said: “A lot of people here have worked on five pictures with me. I know there’s a lot of things said about what I think about these films and all of… whatever, but I’ve loved every single second of these movies and especially this one, because I’ve got up every morning.
“I’ve had the chance to work with you guys. And that has been one of the greatest honours of my life.”
All eyes are now on who will take over from Craig following his exit.
The odds are currently in the favour of Netflix actor Regé-Jean Page who has a staggering 6/4 on becoming 007 after Craig from Coral.
The Bridgerton star is followed by Tom Hardy who has an impressive 3/1.
However, they aren’t out of the woods just yet, as Nomi actor Lashana Lynch’s odds have recently improved, with Coral awarding her an incredible 5/1.
James Bond No Time To Die hits cinemas on September 30.
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