Actor Daniel Craig has defined the entire James Bond era. He has been starring in the iconic role since 2006 casino Royale. to come no time to die Will be his final Bond portrayal. The film faced delays related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), but it is finally hitting the theatres. No one knows where the franchise is going, but Craig’s exit from the role reminds past actors. Madame Tussauds London is opening a Bond exhibition in honor of the legendary detective character.
Six actors who played the great James Bond
Bond film franchises have been around since 1962 Dr. no. no time to die This is the 25th installment of the franchise. There are many different versions of the character and his adventures, prompting fans to create more personal favorites.
Six actors have played Bond over the course of 25 Eon Productions films. Sean Connery was the first who played a detective from 1962 to 1967 you only Live Twice. George Lazenby only starred as Bond in 1969 on her Majesty’s Secret Service. However, Connery returned for another walk in the 1971 diamonds are Forever.
Actor Roger Moore ushered in the next Bond era since 1973 live and let die until the 1985s a view to a Kill. Thereafter, Timothy Dalton took over briefly in 1987. the living daylights and of 1989 Licence to Kill. Pierce Brosnan was next, starting in 1997. tomorrow never dies until the 2002s die Another Day.
In the end, Craig played Bond for five films before he finally decided to take the role. Many fans are sad that he became addicted to spying, but the Bond franchise is not over.
Madame Tussauds London exhibition brings all the artists together as wax
euronews reported that Madame Tussauds London has decided to honor Craig’s Bond by launching a special exhibition. It will feature all the six actors who have acted as Bond in wax. They can be found in the movie area at the Baker Street attraction.
They were designed to match the heights of real actors. No matter who your favorite actor is, this exhibition will give fans the opportunity to take pictures with all six realistic looking faces of Bond.
Tim Waters, General Manager of Madame Tussauds London, expressed his enthusiasm for this special exhibition. “James Bond has been a legend of the big screen for almost 60 years and the excitement is evident for this long-awaited 25th installment in the epic film franchise,” he added. We wanted to be a part of this historic moment in a way that only Madame Tussauds London can do. ”
He continued: “Reuniting Craig, Connery, Lazenby, Moore, Dalton and Brosnan, generations of fans have the unique opportunity to meet their favorite 007s — all in one place, at the same time.”
Madame Tussauds London is opening the exhibition from 30 September. Tickets can be purchased through ticketmaster.
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