In the course of researching this review of the new James Bond movie, No Time to Die, starring Daniel Craig, I rewatched License to Kill (1989), one of my favorites. In it, Timothy Dalton is a dark Bond, a grieving thug running amok
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Should James Bond be a woman? A person of color? A woman of color? For years we have heard calls and questions to this effect, and counterarguments, in turn, that we don't need a woke Bond, or a feminizing influence on a series that has always sought to embody a certain masculine ideal. And for nearly as long the question has been moot, because Bond was going to be Daniel Craig, and that was that. The woke would have to wait.
Fifteen years and five films later, Daniel Craig’s tenure as 007 is coming to a close. “No Time to Die,” which opens in the U.S. on Friday, is the last hurrah in Craig’s celebrated Bond era.
Daniel Craig goes out with a bang in his Bond finale. Let's dive into the classic 007 Easter eggs, Greek mythology and explosive moments of No Time to Die.
Daniel Craig puts on the dinner jacket one last time for a new 007 action movie already blowing up the box office.