Just Revealed: Daniel Craig's New James Bond Look
Bond, casual Bond.
Daniel Craig broke barriers as the first blonde-haired and blue-eyed James Bond.
Now, in the official teaser poster for the upcoming Spectre, his fourth installment as the iconic British spy, he is breaking barriers again with a sleek look. In black slacks, a turtleneck, gun holster and his signature Walther PPK gun.
The image of Craig’s new look was posted on social media from the official 007 accounts.
This is the first time the actor has not worn a suit or tuxedo in a promotional poster for the character.
Craig wore a tux in the promotional poster for his Bond debut, 2006's Casino Royale:
In 2008's Quantum of Solace, he donned a suit:
Craig also wore a suit for 2012's Skyfall:
Spectre, the 24th Bond picture, which has Skyfall director Sam Mendes returning to the helm, arrives November 6. The film also stars Monica Bellucci, Christoph Waltz, and returning Skyfall cast members Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw.
Meanwhile, former Oasis songwriter and guitarist Noel Gallagher told German publication N-TV that he would do a Bond song “in a heartbeat.” The musician, who just released his latest solo album, Chasing Yesterday, said, "I would do it if I was asked. I would do it in a heartbeat. And I could do it and it would be great, but I'm not a star and for that you have to be a big star. You have to be someone in America."
It has been speculated that Sam Smith, Lorde, Ed Sheeran, and Lana Del Rey could follow Adele’s Oscar-winning footsteps for Skyfall to sing the upcoming theme song. But reports have surfaced that Adele flew to California earlier this year to record the new theme.
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