Daniel Craig Is Now The Second Longest Running Bond
Like him or not, Daniel Craig has been James Bond for a long, long time: 4,147 days to be exact. That number coves the period from the day each actor was announced as Bond until the day his successor was officially named. NME is reporting the actor now has the longest running streak as 007, behind only Roger Moore, who spent 5,118 days as Bond.
Considering Craig's future with the iconic franchise is unclear, there's a chance he could surpass Moore's record. Last we heard, the actor said he would "miss it terribly" if he gave up Bond. In order to beat Moore, he'll have to spend another two-and-a-half years.
1. Roger Moore – 5,118 days
2. Daniel Craig – 4,147 days
3. Pierce Brosnan – 4,146 days
4. Sean Connery – 3,049 days
5. Timothy Dalton – 2,863 days
6. George Lazenby – 875 days
Below is the first trailer from "Spectre" with Daniel Craig (as James Bond) from 2015....