Daniel Craig joined his No Time To Die co-stars Rami Male and Lea Seydoux in Times Square, New York City on Wednesday to promote the new James Bond film.
The actor, 51, was in high demand as he was mobbed by hundreds of fans as the cast appeared on Good Morning America following the debut of the film's trailer.
The trio, who were also joined by co-star Lashana Lynch, sat down for an interview as they discussed the blockbuster, which will be Daniel's final outing as James Bond.
Daniel Craig joined his No Time To Die castmembers Rami Male and Lea Seydoux in Times Square, New York City on Wednesday to promote the new film
Rami, who plays the mysterious villian Safin in the flick, signed autographs and took sefies with legions of fans.
Daniel cut a dapper figure for the day as he donned a navy coat with dark trousers and a blue scarf.
Lea, who plays psychologist Dr Madeline Swann, went for an all-black look in a turtle-neck jumper, coat and trousers.
Meanwhile, Rami donned a black coat with a white jumper and dark trousers for the promotional event.
In demand: Rami, who plays the mysterious villian Safin in the flick, signed autographs and took sefies with legions of fans
The trailer for No Time To Die was released on Wednesday and quickly whipped Bond fans into a frenzy.
The high-octane teaser is typically dramatic with Daniel's Bond in a high-speed chase alongside his love Madeleine before launching himself off a bridge and later coming face to face with Nomi, played by Lashana Lynch, who is rumoured to be the first female 007.
The footage from the highly-anticipated film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and co-written by Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge, shows Daniel back in the role but no longer working as the spy with the licence to kill.
Suave: Daniel cut a dapper figure for the day as he donned a navy coat with dark trousers and a blue scarf
It shows his first meeting with Nomi, played by Captain Marvel star Lashana, who brusquely tells him: 'The world has moved on Commander Bond. You get in my way I will put a bullet in your knee. The one that works.'
When Bond asks her if she is a double 0, she confirms she has been for two years.
The two-and-a-half-minute trailer opens with Bond and Madeleine being chased in an Aston Martin, as he suspects her of betraying him, and also marks the return of Christoph Waltz as Ernst Blofeld, who appears to confirm his fears.
The return of Blofeld, who has been one of Bond's enemies since the ‘60s, is confirmed in the trailer after endless fan speculation.
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