Daniel Craig appeared on The Late Late Show on Thursday evening, where he, alongside host James Corden, recreated some of the most iconic moments from 24 blockbuster movies, including Jurassic Park, The Lord of the Rings, The Exorcist, Gladiator, Casino Royale and more, in just 10 minutes.
Moving between quick-changes and humorous effects, Craig and Corden pulled off a series of lightning-fast imitations of some of Hollywood’s most lauded projects. After dancing like John Travolta and Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction, repeating the words “family” and “cars” in bald caps for Fast & Furious and receiving a surprise assist from Christopher Lloyd for a rendition of Back to the Future, Craig and Corden closed out the “Blockbuster Role Call” segment by swiftly reenacting several scenes from all of Craig’s James Bond movies, including the newly-released No Time To Die.
Craig stopped by the late-night show to support the recent premiere of the aforementioned 007 film. No Time To Die, which marks the actor’s fifth and final effort as Bond, set a new record in Thursday previews for the franchise, earning a total of $6.3 million USD in the North American box office that evening.
According to reports, the film last weekend raked in $121 million USD from its initial 54 international markets, which include the U.K., Brazil, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico and Spain.
Watch Daniel Craig and James Corden recreate 24 blockbuster films in 10 minutes above.
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