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Daniel Craig Caps It Off Newsboy Style

Daniel Craig Caps It Off Newsboy Style

Daniel Craig sports a mustache as he walks around Columbus Circle with longtime girlfriend Satsuki Mitchell in New York City on Friday (November 6).

The 41-year-old British actor was also reportedly with his dad and step-mother, Kirsty. According to Wiki, his dad is Timothy John Wroughton Craig, who was the landlord of two pubs and served as a midshipman in the Merchant Navy.

For the next month, Daniel will continue to perform in the sold-out Broadway play, A Steady Rain.

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614 Responses to “Daniel Craig Caps It Off Newsboy Style”

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  1. 126
    Angelina to 126 Says:

    Here is not cold weather but smelly air. I hope flue won’t come from Ukraine through Slovak to Czech Republic. In Ukraine is widespread flu epidemic and 255 000 people are ill. Hopefully Olga Kurylenko’s mama living in Berdynsk is health.

  2. 127
    Chef de Vestes de Cuisine Says:

    And the point is. . . ?

  3. 128
    Stone Says:

    I wasn’t aware he was gay!

  4. 129
    Angelina Says:

    Hugh Jackman enjoys great popularity but Daniel Craig’s popularity is on the wane. Peole are not gonna take a fance to him if he’ll continue in bad movies several times over.

  5. 130
    Angelina to 126 Says:

    as we can a japanese monkey in New York.

  6. 131
    His assistant Says:

    @Dan’s woman:

    Right. She’s been around as long as his other ‘assistant’ Laura. Sats is Dan’s arm candy. Nothing more, nothing less. Whenever he needs a girl on his side, out trots Sats. If she would train in karate, she could be his full time body guard.

  7. 132
    Guinness Says:

    okayy! I made it to the end of a very long and disturbing thread! Let us begin anew!! ANYWAY…. can you imagine being in the same room as Dan when someone says, “time to lock the doors”, and he proceeds to undress to his singlets! (i read this on someone’s blog posted here, correct?). $20,000 worth of testosteronie!!

  8. 133
    D.C. Girl Says:

    Hey Guinness. That’s not the way it happened when I was there. The night the auctioned off their shirts. The just stood on stage dressed. I kept hoping they would rip off their shirts, but the didn’t maybe if the had, they would have made more mony. Maybe the are doing it that way now, and that is why the prices have jumped up considerably since the night I was there. Damn, I miss out on everything. Hope you are doing well these day and your kids are well also.

  9. 134
    Guinness-DC GIRL Says:

    Thanks DC girl. And to you and yours! Our kids school has 50 percent out, and a local private school has closed-but Dept of ed is NOT closing any public schools as of yet. Seems like a bumblefrockinggovernmentalmess!!! As for the Steady Rain on brdwy–that is what i thought,,,maybe they just play it by ear when and if they “strip”…and i have never heard the expression of singlets before…singlets isn’t as descriptive for these 2 hotnesses of testosteronie. And everyone keeps commenting on Dan’s ‘stache, rightly so, but Hugh’s hairdo is just as bad–it is soooo conan o’Brien and that guy Nicole Kidman married…too much forehead!!! so I can’t wait for that to be gone too.

    Have you read any news today about the house menagerie fiasco in Canada? I guess they will be doing snow as the season in the show, cuz it is BARREN up there–worse than here in the winter. Tumble weeds with ice would stream across fields if they could–that is how stupid barren it is other than the ancient cities. One would think they would film something in the Fall for the beauty of it. whtever. At least DrabSats can go shopping in the underground malls and to the biggest mall on the East Coast, probably to pick up some color for her wardrobe. yeah, right–that is as true as I am next in line for marrying him..(maybe close to as big as King of Prussia, can’t remember!!!)
    I just found out I will be in Philadelphia for thanksgiving!! unless snow and/or H1N1 stops us!! maybe i could stop by for another Steady Rain too!!! (i need to borrow the credit card fruitcake from cinder-ella-land. is she up to 15 times seeing it? Is she beating Sats even?).

  10. 135
    daniel last night Says:

  11. 136
    daniel last night Says:

    Note: Deborrah looking out of the door.

  12. 137
    re: 117 & 120 Says:

    @Dan’s woman:

    Can you provide any marriage certificate?
    And why are you afraid that someone will break them up after all, according to you, they are “forever”.

    Seems (again) you posts are almost desperate in their “happiness’.

    Somewhat like your golden couple.

  13. 138
    pink martinis Says:

    BTW, last night as reported on Twitter, both Daniel and Hugh came out drinking pink martinis!
    It was the Actors Fund show last night and I think a drink to the gay community.

  14. 139
    lainey! Says:
    Daniel is still wearing that moustache for a steady rain. Went out the other day with Satsuki Mitchell and his parents in skinny jeans. He looks good in skinny jeans. You’d think his thighs would be too thick. It works on him. Been trying to get Jacek to try some skinnies but he is allergic to being stylish.

    This post is for my friend Laura who is coming up on her one year anniversary of Robert Pattinson moisting which replaced her moisting for Daniel Craig. Every day, with so much New Moon marketing, Laura sends me overheated emails after seeing photos and watching clips of Pattinson online.

    Perhaps a shot of D Craig in his leather jacket will help her out of her misguided lust haze. Jacek is not hopeful. He has written her off. He also sent her a present a while ago. She really liked it.

    (no mention of Satsuki’s “status” and of course got the info wrong on his parents)

  15. 140
    to 139 Says:

    Yes, read Lainey and it’s almost as if she mentions Satsuki as an afterthought.
    Like “oh yes and Satsuki Mitchell”.
    With Satsuki Mitchell likes she’s his pet dog or something.

    Why cant Lainey mention her status anyway? No longtime love? No g/f? No partner?

    Maybe she knows they are married and will not say “wife” but I doubt that’s the reason.

  16. 141
    Dan's woman Says:

    @re: 117 & 120:

    I never said they were married! And I am not afraid someone will break them up! I just find it entertaining that people try LOL

  17. 142
    She dresses like him Says:

    Guinness, Toronto is not that Barren, and yes they do have a lot of snow because of the lake, barren with tumble weeds, no! If they film in Toronto in Jan. and Feb. I guess it will be a “winter” movie. Maybe they will film only inside and not show outside. Who knows. Would like to hear more about it, no one is saying much about A Dream House. I guess they want to keep the movie hush hush so no one will leak too much info regarding the movie and the plot. For those that said they read the script, lets give Daniel and the director a chance to prove themselves.

  18. 143
    to 141 Says:

    @Dan’s woman:

    Aren’t you trying a little bit TOO hard yourself?

    LOL. Keep on. I love your enthusiasm.

  19. 144
    to 141 Says:

    Well for all your confidence in them, why aren’t they married?

    Daniel loves her that much then that after 5 years he can’t do that?

    Always an excuse from the cotton candy fans.

    Quick to proclaim their couples’ happiness but never sure enough about it to show any legal evidence nor to be quiet in their confidence.

    I laugh at those people trying to center the blame on the “hate’ fans to take the spotlight off their insecurities about their idols.

    Oldest game in the book.

  20. 145
    re; dan's woman Says:

    @Dan’s woman:

    I find your forced joy amusing.

  21. 146
    infamous Says:

    another role by dan based on lousy research

    HOLCOMB, Kan. – It’s one of America’s most haunting crime stories: four members of a Kansas family brutally murdered on Nov. 15, 1959, at their rural farmhouse.

    The slayings of the Clutters — chronicled in Truman Capote’s book, “In Cold Blood” — have overshadowed the town of Holcomb for the past half century and the trial and execution of the culprits has brought little, if any, closure.

    For many townsfolk, the wounds have been slow to heal partly because of Capote’s critically acclaimed, nonfiction novel that spawned a new literary genre. The book has been reviled in its birthplace by residents because of its recreation of events that never happened and what they say is commercial exploitation of the victims. The subsequent movies have also been unpopular here.

    “They made a tremendous amount of money off our great tragedy,” said Bob Rupp, who as a teenager dated Nancy Clutter.

    The horrific slayings of Herbert Clutter, a prominent farmer and community leader, and his wife, Bonnie Mae Fox, along with their children, 15-year-old Kenyon and 16-year-old Nancy, shattered the innocence of a generation accustomed to leaving their doors unlocked.

    The hunt for their killers — parolees **** Hickock and Perry Smith — mesmerized the nation, drawing journalists from across the country to this rural outpost on the Kansas prairie.

    Then when Capote’s book hit the shelves, it forever linked the small town with a crime now known around the world.

    Alan Schwartz, a longtime friend of the author, said many Holcomb residents didn’t really grasp that Capote was not writing a purely factual account but was using the basis of facts to show what it was like to live in such a town and confront this crime.

    “It is different than what they expected, but it is a work of art. It is not simply a matter of historical reporting. … I can imagine that a lot of people who were freaked out by what happened in the middle of Kansas never understood that,” Schwartz said.

    “The book stands on its own as a major work of American literature and a major description of how a small town dealt with an incredible, horrible tragedy,” he said.

    When Holcomb residents gathered recently to dedicate a memorial to the Clutters, a lingering bitterness against Capote’s book intermingled with an unwavering sense of loss for their beloved neighbors.

    “I wish the book had not been written. I didn’t like the book — the little bit I read,” said Shirley Clutter. Her father-in-law was Herbert Clutter’s brother. The 80-year-old woman found that reading about the killings was too painful.

    Beyond the infamy wrought by their murders, the Clutter family also left a legacy of community leadership. Engraved in the stone memorial is a litany of the family’s accomplishments in local community groups, school and church.

    “He (Herbert Clutter) was beginning to be a national figure in agriculture on some committees in Washington, D.C. Who knows what he might have done had he lived out his life,” said Dolores Hope, the city editor of the Garden City Telegram at the time of the murders.

    “In Cold Blood” became a literary sensation soon after the first copies rolled off the press in 1965. The book has been translated into numerous languages. In 1967, a black-and-white film by the same name was released. A CBS television miniseries followed in 1996.

    Capote’s writing of the book became the focus of a 2005 movie, “Capote,” for which Phillip Seymour Hoffman won an Academy Award for best actor. Book sales that year spiked to 1.5 million. A year later, the movie “Infamous” hit the silver screen with a similar theme, but it centered more on the town.

    One friend of the Clutters, Fielding Hands, said Capote “sure made an interesting book.”

    “I think he did the family justice for the things he said about them and what they did for the community,” said Hands, 83.

    One recent rainy afternoon, Paul Irsik sat in a lawn chair thinking about the Clutters.

    Irsik grew up on the Clutter farm, where his father was a hired hand. He was 15 on that fateful morning when he, his brother and father milked the Clutters’ cows and went into the kitchen to separate the milk. They were oblivious to the fact that the Clutters’ bodies were inside. It was the first weekend of pheasant season, and they were eager to finish the chores and go hunting.

    Irsik speaks haltingly about that day. It’s because he promised his father that he wouldn’t discuss anything about Nov. 15, 1959.

    “It is something we haven’t talked about in my family for 50 years,” Irsik said.

  22. 147
    Daniel is Hot Says:

    I thought Daniel did a wonderful job in Infamous and I enjoyed the movie, even though it was a terrible crime on that family. I don’t believe it was a mistake that Daniel made the movie – it just showed what a talented actor he is.

  23. 148
    to 146 Says:

    seems as if you haven’t seen the movie! This movie isn’t about the slaying of the Clutters, the movie is about the process of writing the book, so your dumb statement “another role by dan based on lousy research” is quite pointless. LOL!

  24. 149
    infamous to 148 Says:

    I did see it and with someone related to the incident.
    It’s not a laughing matter when your relatives are described in the book incorrectly and that Perry Smith was nothing like Daniels performance.

    That film was a slap in the face for everyone and the town that was involved.

  25. 150
    re; 149 Says:

    @infamous to 148:

    Anyone who laughs at your post is quite insensitive.
    I’m sure your perspective was different and closer than some ordinary Joe Blow off the street.
    I respect your input.

    Whenever novels are written there will always be discrepancies and things out of sync and always people who are not close to incident and probably never read the book that will have their “know it all” opinion.

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