Daniel Craig is in full promotion of his final James Bond movie. The British actor will say goodbye to the character in No Time to Die, a film that will premiere on October 1 in theaters. It is well known that Craig was present in Star Wars Episode VII: The Awakens of the Force, but he did not do it as part of the main cast, but in a little cameo as a stormtrooper of the First Order. How did you get the paper? The interpreter has answered that question in an interview with the BBC.
“I don’t think I could have done it if I hadn’t played James Bond. Yes, there are great things like this. ” Craig got in touch with various people involved in the Star Wars production, until he came across “a lovely guy named Ben Dixon.” So, he begged her to allow him to appear in the movie. “It could be a stormtropper,” he told her. Dixon told him to contact JJ Abrams and he decided to give him the role. “He gave me a scene. I thought he was just going to stand holding a gun, I would have been happy with just that, but he offered me a sequence ”.
Life as a stormtrooper
As a stormtrooper, Daniel Craig’s character is one of the stormtroopers who they obey Kylo Ren’s orders and the rest of the commanding officers without question. Unlike Finn, because he decides to desert the army and join the Resistance. Be that as it may, the Daniel Craig thing is still a small cameo, so we do not see him beyond that scene with Rey Skywalker.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens started the sequel trilogy, which introduces new characters and culminates the story arc of the protagonists of the classic films: Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa and Han Solo write their final story in these films, which close with The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker.