Despite the recent announcement that the 25th installment in the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die, will see its premiere delayed from April to November 2020 in fear of spreading the COVID-19 coronavirus, the film’s star, Daniel Craig, appeared as last night’s Saturday Night Live host.
To open the show, Craig’s monologue addressed the “delay due to public health concerns” by offering a sneak peak at the forthcoming film, which its leading man touts as his favorite. Although it turns our to be a parody, we get to see Bond hilariously letting loose in Las Vegas as he experiences a hot craps hand. He’s all in here, especially after downing a tall glass of vodka & Red Bull; but don’t expect the absurd drink to hinder his secret agent skillset.
Later on in the show, musical guest The Weeknd performed his new single “Blinding Lights” as well as premiering a brand new song, titled “Scared to Live.”
You can check out Craig’s video above and The Weeknd’s below. In other entertainment news, watch the trailer to Netflix’s buzzing new sci-fi thriller, The Platform.