Daniel Craig strips off for British GQ ahead of 'No Time to Die' release

No time to put on a shirt either, thank goodness.


Daniel Craig has stripped down for a new cover profile in British GQ's April issue, and we'll likely be glued to the results until the release of No Time to Die this November.

The James Bond star, 52, appears shirtless in a jaw-dropping new shoot for the men's monthly, just days after it was confirmed that the franchise's latest instalment will be released six months later than originally planned due to ongoing fears about the spread of coronavirus.

The shoot by Lachlan Bailey sees Craig in incredlbe shape as he prepares for his final outing as Bond in No Time to Die, which is set five years after the events of 2015's Spectre.

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"This is my last #Bond movie. I’ve kept my mouth shut before and regretted it." - #DanielCraig is our April cover star. LINK IN BIO for the full, world exclusive interview 🔗 Photography: @LachlanBailey Design and art direction: @paulsolomonsgq // #GQ Editor @dylanjonesgq

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The movie - which is now set to hit UK cinemas on 12 November - will arrive fourteen years after Craig made his first appearance as the iconic spy in Casino Royale, making him the longest-serving Bond in history.

Addressing his departure from the franchise in the April issue of British GQ, which is available from 11 March, Craig says: “I’m really… I’m okay. I don’t think I would have been if I’d done the last film and that had been it.

"But this, I’m like… 'Let’s go. Let’s get on with it'. I’m fine."

Daniel Craig stars in the April issue of British GQ in a global GQ James Bond exclusive. GQ's April issue is available from Wednesday March 11.