Daniel Craig oozes 007 cool in fitted baby blue suit ahead of appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!… as he receives star on Hollywood Walk Of Fame
No Time To Die scored its biggest UK opening weekend for a James Bond film after it grossed an impressive £21million.
Now, two days ahead of its US release, star Daniel Craig looked in fine 007 form when he made his arrival in Hollywood for his guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday.
His spot on the late night talk show comes on the same day the British actor was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Cool cat: Daniel Craig, 53, looked James Bond cool in a baby blue suit when he arrived for his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Hollywood on Wednesday
Craig, 53, arrived at the studio gate in Hollywood already dressed to impress in a baby blue suit that was paired with a white dress shirt and silver tie.
He stepped out in brown ankle boots, stylish sunglasses, and his blonde hair cut his usual short style.
And with COVID-19 still presenting a danger, the actor wore a white protective mask over his mouth and nose.
Once inside the studio gate, the longtime James Bond star offered a wave towards admiring photographers as he began the walk to the entrance door.
Hello: The British actor offered a waves towards admiring photographers once he was inside the gate and made his way to the studio entrance door
Promo mode: Craig has been out en force promoting No Time To Die, his fifth and final film playing the iconic role of 007 James Bond
Craig has been out en force promoting No Time To Die, which is his fifth and final film playing the iconic James Bond character.
He first stepped into his shoes in Casino Royale (2006), and has since also played the role in Quantum Of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012), Spectre (2015), and now this latest installment, which had been slated to premiere in November 2019.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, No Time To Die was pushed back a number of times, as the studio tried to find a solution to maximize its profits, which included waiting until people could return to movie theaters.
Impressive debut: No Time To Die scored its biggest UK opening weekend for a James Bond film after it grossed an impressive £21million
No Time To Die, which also stars Rami Malek and Léa Seydoux, scored an overseas record amid the pandemic with a £87.7million ($119.1 million) international opening in 54 markets. The debut marks the third-highest Friday gross in October, as well as the third-highest Friday gross in the James Bond franchise.
After his appearance on Kimmel, Craig headed to the ceremony where he received his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
‘I think it will take me 15 years to unpick all of this,’ Craig said of the reign as James Bond during his spot of Good Morning America on Tuesday.
‘It’s so crazy. Getting a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, that’s so surreal to me from where I come from in life. So, yeah I’m kind of just taking it all in.’
Honored: After his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Craig headed to the ceremony where he received his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame
Hollywood star! After his appearance on Kimmel, Craig headed to the ceremony where he received his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame