Hollywood icon Daniel Craig has been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Daniel, whose tenure ended in 007 with the latest film No Time to Die, is the 2704th celebrity to receive a star on the Walk of Fame, alongside legendary Bond actor Roger Moore.
Rami Malek, right, and Daniel Craig hugging during the award ceremony for Craig's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday.
The 53-year-old welcomed the star in the company of No Time to Die cast members, including Rami Malek, on Wednesday night, Variety reported. Daniel took the stage to thank the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, along with his studio partners and his team. He then thanked his chosen producers, such as James Bond, Barbara Broccoli, and Michael J. Wilson, "from the bottom of my heart," adding, "Without you, I wouldn't be here today."
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"I never thought I'd hear myself say this, but you know, it's an absolute honor to walk through Hollywood." "If happiness is measured by the company you keep, Hollywood legends, make me a very happy man. Thank you very much," Daniel concluded.
During the event, Rami Malek paid tribute to Daniel. "If you're lucky enough to play a bad guy, you better make sure the good guy is legendary. And that good guy is the best," Ramy said. He also added that while Danielle, "is very generous with her time, he is also a huge fan of brevity, so in honor of you I promised to do it quickly."
For the special occasion, Daniel chose to wear a gray suit. He even stood in front of the cameras and bragged about the star of it.
No Time To Die, released on September 30, after a long delay due to Covid-19, marks the end of an era for Daniel, who rose to stardom at Casino Royale 2006 and played the iconic spy in five films, including Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Specter.