British actor Daniel Craig gave an emotional speech to the cast and crew on his last day of shooting the new James Bond film No Time To Die . This can be seen in the documentary Being James Bond , which can be streamed for free on Apple TV.

Craig has played the character in five films since 2006. In No Time To Die , which will premiere at the end of this month, he plays the role of 007 for the last time.

“A lot of people have worked with me on five films and I know a lot has been said about what I think of those films, but I loved every second I worked on these films,” said a visibly emotional Craig.

The actor thought this 25th Bond film was the most special, he says. “Because I woke up every morning with the idea that I could work with you. That was a great honor.”

The Bond film was delayed three times due to the corona crisis. The film is directed by Cary Fukunaga and casts include Rami Malek, Lashana Lync and Léa Seydoux.