Even though the stuntmen were clearly involved in the filming of the continuing construction of the building in “Casino Royale”, Daniel Craig was still required to participate, if only to give the scene some authenticity. Craig recently revealed the surprising way the “Casino Royale” scene forced him to deal with one of his phobias as well, while recently answering a fan question for GQ about the most difficult and most difficult scene. fun he filmed during his illustrious Bond run. .
“When I started ‘Casino Royale’ I was afraid of heights, and after that I wasn’t,” admitted Craig. “I had to climb about 60 feet on a scaffolding and walk along beams about six inches in diameter – no, run on beams six inches wide, 60 feet in the air – which was no fun. , but it was difficult. “
The heart-wrenching opening sequence of “Casino Royale” showed moviegoers just how devoted Craig was to the age-old role of Bond, and in the end the official 21st film in the series became a global blockbuster – winning over $ 616 million. dollars in ticket sales (via BoxOfficeMojo). Craig, of course, took over the legendary MI6 agent and performed numerous other death-defying scenes in “Quantum of Solace”, “Skyfall” and “Specter”. The work obviously took a toll on Craig’s body, which is no doubt in part why “No Time to Die” – the 25th official entry in the Bond series – is his last film in the role.
In addition to Craig, “No Time to Die” also stars Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, Christoph Waltz, Jeffrey Wright, Billy Magnussen and Ralph Fiennes.