The biggest complaints Craig faced were mainly due to his appearance (too blonde, too blue eyes), and producer Barbara Broccoli seemed to be furious at this absurd criticism. She told Yahoo! Entertainment“The fact that they complained that he was blonde blew me away because Roger Moore was blonde. I don’t know what they were talking about.” Well done, Miss Broccoli!
Craig also addresses these criticisms. “Of course I mind that,” he says—but he realizes that vitriol is largely out of his control. “There’s really nothing I can do,” he pointed out, adding, “All I can do is make a good movie, or try to make a good movie and say, ‘You’re gone. .’ And if they don’t like it, I don’t know, that’s all I have to give. ”
Let’s make a good movie he did, because “Casino Royale” is a wild ride into a world of special agents, beautiful cars, and dangerously chubby girls. I still get chills watching the poker game because Craig not only looks divine in that suit (blonde and all), but it’s also a remarkably entertaining and stressful scene.
Today, Craig’s portrayal of undercover agent “Shaken, don’t stir” is one of the series’ bests, so it’s crazy to think that a large portion of Bond fans were initially skeptical. . However, Craig was largely sympathetic, saying the criticism was “understandable.” He told Yahoo!, “I grew up watching Bond. So I can’t criticize other people for being passionate about it.” How to be a soldier, Mr. Craig. Not feel hard.
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