‘It’s so surreal to me!’ Daniel Craig reveals it feels ‘crazy’ that he is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as he reflects on his success as 007  

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Daniel Craig has revealed that he feels ‘crazy’ to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as he reflects on his success as 007.

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The 53-year-old actor appeared on Good Morning America on Tuesday to discuss his last outing as Bond as No Time to Die released in the US this weekend.

He said on the show: ‘I think it will take me 15 years to pick it all up. It’s so crazy. Getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is so real to me about where I came from in life. So, yeah, I’m just taking it all in.’

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Actor: Daniel Craig reveals it feels ‘crazy’ he’s getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as he reflects on his success as 007

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“It’s a big deal to think for a second about what was achieved and what these films mean to so many people. But it’s time to end. It’s gone.’

During the interview, he also spoke affectionately to his co-stars, calling Bond a villain. Rami Malek described Lashana Lynch’s performance in the new film as a “lovely man” and “amazing”.

He said: ‘The kind of acting we engage in in these films is always of such a high standard.’

Kura: The 53-year-old actor appeared on Good Morning America on Tuesday to discuss his last outing as Bond as No Time to Die released in the US later this week.

Kura: The 53-year-old actor appeared on Good Morning America on Tuesday to discuss his last outing as Bond as No Time to Die released in the US later this week.

The star also revealed how he feels seeing himself back in the movies, adding: ‘Oh just awesome! I literally see myself going, ‘Why is he standing like this?’

At the end of his TV appearance, Daniels was asked what the best part of being Bond was for him, he revealed that His favorite car was the DB5, his favorite stunt sequence was at Casino Royale, and his favorite filming location was Paranal in the Atacama Desert in Chile.

This comes after reports that No Time to Die has had the UK’s biggest opening weekend for a James Bond film, grossing an impressive £21 million.

Reflecting: He said on the show: 'I think it would take me 15 years to pick it all up.  It's so crazy.  Getting a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, It's So Real to Me' (Pictured at World Premiere)

Reflecting: He said on the show: ‘I think it would take me 15 years to pick it all up. It’s so crazy. Getting a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, It’s So Real to Me’ (Pictured at World Premiere)

Funny: The star also revealed how he feels seeing himself back in the movies, adding: 'Oh just awesome!  I literally see myself going, 'Why is he standing like this?'

Funny: The star also revealed how he feels seeing himself back in the movies, adding: ‘Oh just awesome! I literally see myself going, ‘Why is he standing like this?’

Daniels’ final outing as 007 beat out both Skyfall and Specter, both earning £20 million at the British box office in their first three days.

According to SunAfter months of delays due to COVID-19, Boss is expected to be the third most successful Bond film internationally.

This year’s film opened in a record-breaking 772 theaters in the UK and Ireland on Thursday, 25 more than the previous record holder, 2019’s Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, making it Universal’s highest ever in the UK region. Manufactures wide release.

Skyfall, Daniels’ third outing as 007, opened in 587 theaters upon release in 2012.

Guys: During the interview he spoke affectionately to his co-stars, calling Bond villain Rami Malek (pictured) a

Guys: During the interview he spoke affectionately to his co-stars, calling Bond villain Rami Malek (pictured) a “lovely man” and Lashana Lynch’s performance in the new film as “amazing.”

Dapper: Danielle looked smart when she appeared on Good Morning America wearing a black suit

Dapper: Danielle looked smart when she appeared on Good Morning America wearing a black suit

Over 30,000 people bought tickets for the film’s midnight screenings in the UK and Ireland, and 1.6 million tickets were sold for the first four days after opening, 12% more than Specter but similar to Skyfall.

MailOnline has contacted production company Eon Productions for comment.

Skyfall is the most financially successful Bond film of all time, with £820 million at the box office, while Specter earned £646 million.

No Time to Die set an overseas record with an international opening of £87.7 million ($119.1 million) in 54 markets amid the pandemic.

The first film went on to have the third highest Friday gross in October as well as the third highest Friday gross in the James Bond franchise.

Daniel Craig’s final term as 007 won’t be released in the US until October 8th, so…

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