Daniel Craig's fifth and final James Bond movie comes out on 30th September. Ahead of that, we know you might fancy a Bond marathon.
Daniel Craig made his 007 debut in 2006 with Casino Royale and 15 years later, the 53-year-old stars in his final Bond movie, No Time to Die. At just under three hours, it's set to be the longest Bond film ever.
Craig was made an honorary Royal Navy commander to match James Bond's rank ahead of the new movie. He's the first Bond actor to be given the title.
Navy warship HMS Dragon makes a cameo appearance in the upcoming NTTD movie and the RAF Brize Norton base in Oxfordshire is also used as a backdrop in the latest 007 story.
Off-screen, Craig has close ties with the military and has for years personally supported them. He said with his new rank that he's keen to support personnel within the Royal Navy with a particular focus on personnel's families.
Daniel Craig has been the longest-standing James Bond, having starred as the character for more than 15 years.
However, when it's measured by the number of official Bond movies, Roger Moore is the longest-serving, having starred in seven Bond films, compared to Craig's five.
Here's how to watch Daniel Craig's Bond films in chronological order by release date:
And this is the full list of Bond films in chronological order by release date:
Even before Craig announced that NTTD would be his final Bond film, fans were already speculating about who might carry the torch next.
There's even been talk of the next Bond being portrayed by a woman and Gemma Collins has already expressed her interest in playing the first female 007. But the film's producer, Barabara Broccoli, has said that Bond will always be a man.
"James Bond is a male character," she said. "I hope that there will be many, many films made with women, for women, by women, about women.
"I don't think we have to take a male character and have a woman portray him. So yes, I see him [James Bond] as male.
"And I'm sort of in denial, I would love for Daniel to continue forever," she added.
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