James Bond star Daniel Craig is battered, bloody and bruised as he is joined by a stunt double after filming dramatic new scene on the set of No Time To Die in southern Italy
Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon as he made his latest appearance in southern Italy.
But fans needn’t worry, the British actor was only dressed in character as he filmed his latest dramatic scenes as James Bond on the set of forthcoming film No Time To Die.
The actor has been hard at work since arriving in picturesque Matera over the weekend, where he is putting the finishing touches to his fifth and final outing as the legendary secret agent.
Hello Mr. Bond, we’ve been expecting you: Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon as he made his latest appearance as James Bond in southern Italy
Cameras rolled as Craig, 51, wearily descended a set of winding stone steps, the bloody gash on his forehead suggesting he was searching for safety after another potential brush with death.
Despite sporting a smart tan suit over a blue dress shirt and maroon tie, the actor looked tellingly dishevelled and notably dusty following his latest clash.
The actor was later joined by a stunt double, who wore an identical suit after joining Craig on the steps as his exterior scene was completed.
In good company: The actor was joined by a stunt double, who wore an identical suit after joining Craig on the steps as his exterior scene was completed on the set of No Time To Die in picturesque Matera
Don’t mind me: The production team looked on as Craig made his latest appearance as Bond on Tuesday
Stunt doubles and drivers have been a regular presence in Matera over recent weeks, with a second unit filming chase scenes around the town’s winding, narrow streets.
And Bond’s latest sported motion capture sensors across his face, a feature commonly used to keep track of movement in high-tempo scenes so CGI rendered images can look as life-like as possible.