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Daniel Craig Parodies “No Time to Die” on SNL

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The new long-awaited James Bond movie “No Time to Die,” as recently announced, has been delayed due to Coronavirus. Although the film was postponed, Daniel Craig decided to cheer his fans up and host Saturday Night Live.

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Daniel first recalls his last show hosting, back in 2012. Then, he tells that people consider him a suave, sophisticated man like James Bond is, and says: “Which I have to admit I kind of am.” After his monologue, he gave the audience a little sneak peek of “No Time to Die” in SNL style.

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In the video, Daniel, as James Bond, enters the casino dressed up in a perfectly fitting tuxedo, and tells Chloe Fineman: “I always thought your game was stealing state secrets.” James is up to the mission, but then he throws a winning dice and gets distracted.

The winning continues, and he calls himself “the king of the jungle.”

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Craig combines acting and comedy in a way that only he can. This hilarious parody of the “No Time to Die” will leave the James Bond fans curious about the actual movie.

“No Time To Die” Postponed Because of the Coronavirus

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The new long-expected James Bond movie, called “No Time To Die,” was scheduled for April this year. Recently, the Universal and Bond producers announced that the new James Bond movie will be presented on the big screen eight months later. Their decision is due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Coronavirus spread causes cinemas around the world closing their doors, and this would mean that half of the world would not be able to watch “No Time To Die” even if they wanted to.

The founders of MI6 Confidential and The James Bond Dossier wrote in their open letter: “Just one person, who may not even show symptoms, could infect the rest of the audience….This is not the type of publicity that anyone wants.”

“The health and well-being of fans around the world, and their families, is more important,” they added.

“No time to die” will officially be released on November 12th in the UK and on the 25th in the United States.