‘Saturday Night Live’: Daniel Craig Parodies ‘No Time To Die’ (Watch)
“No Time to Die,” Daniel Craig’s remaining movie as James Bond, has been delayed till November attributable to considerations over COVID-19, however the actor nonetheless took the stage at Studio 8H in New York Saturday to host “Saturday Evening Dwell.” And in doing so, he introduced with him certainly one of his favourite scenes from the upcoming movie.
Throughout his monologue, Craig first reminded folks that “Fleabag’s” Phoebe Waller-Bridge was introduced in to punch up the script for the movie, which he stated meant he would typically flip to the digicam and say, “The title’s Bond, James Bond. Is it dangerous that I fancy the pope?”
The clip featured a tuxedo-clad Craig strolling right into a on line casino to inform Chloe Fineman he all the time thought her “sport was stealing state secrets and techniques.” He had her blow on a pair of cube earlier than asking her the place he boss was, however he rapidly bought distracted from his mission when it turned out he rolled a seven and that made him a winner.
Craps gave him an even bigger rush than his regular spy work, as he stripped off his tie and stated his coronary heart was beating quick. He additionally nixed his regular martini, shaken not stirred order for a vodka and Crimson Bull in a pint glass.
Even when Fineman’s character gave up the products on her boss, Craig’s Bond wasn’t transferring from the desk.
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“Girls and gents, I’ve an announcement to make, I’m buzzed,” he stated.
The craps vendor (performed by Mikey Day) turned out to be a Spectre agent, however even buzzed, Craig’s Bond was the faster shot and bought him proper within the coronary heart.
“Everybody all proper?” he requested.
“Yeah,” stated Kenan Thompson. “Particularly because you simply rolled Snake Eyes!”
“Saturday Evening Dwell” airs reside coast-to-coast Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 p.m. PT on NBC.