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Watch Daniel Craig's James Bond Heineken Commercial!

Watch Daniel Craig's James Bond Heineken Commercial!

Check out the brand new action-packed commercial for Heineken featuring Daniel Craig as his classic character James Bond!

The 44-year-old actor appears alongside his Skyfall co-star Berenice Marlohe in the clip, which features a man being chased around a crowded train.

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Make sure to check out Skyfall when it hits theaters in the UK on October 26 and in the US on November 9.

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28 Responses to “Watch Daniel Craig's James Bond Heineken Commercial!”

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  1. 1
    prettydew Says:

    muy caliente!!!!

  2. 2
    Launa Says:

    Oh, really quite cool!!

  3. 3
    Sara Says:

    Daniel looks awesome, he is incredible as Bond.

  4. 4
    Monica Says:

    Daniel Craig’s so handsome in the ad. Why can’t all men wear suits like him?

  5. 5
    Kris Says:

    haha. That ushanka hat suits him nicely!

  6. 6
    Alice Says:

    I used to drink beer, so I’m starting to get a potbelly. *sigh*

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    Nikki Says:

    A lot of fun! That’s perfect if his hair is not very short like that.

  8. 8
    Mike Says:

    Good job! I wonder what George Lazenby will say. LOL

  9. 9
    Russ Says:

    Cool ad. But where is Naomie?

  10. 10
    Amy Says:

    It was superb and well made. But I’m a little disappointed b/c Daniel only appears in a few moments of the ad. I want Daniel more!! So I loved the Sony ad.

  11. 11
    Amy Says:

    John Mincone ‏@Jmincone
    Soooo Daniel Craig is at the table next to me at the Louis CK show.. I’m gonna fight him..

  12. 12
    O; Says:

    I did enjoy it. Daniel is just so classy!

  13. 13
    Mike Says:

    I’m gonna fight him..
    Don’t hit with a bat!

  14. 14
    Lou Gwyn Says:

    Pretty cool, it had some pre-Bond stuff. And it gave me a train mystery movie vibe, like Murder on the Orient Express. Coincidentally Albert Finney and Sean Connery appeared in it.

  15. 15
    Stan Says:

    I always love his outfits! His clothes are beautifully chic and elegant but with sex appeal. HE HAS INCREDIBLE STYLE HE ROCKS EVERYTHING HE WEARS!!

  16. 16
    Radja Says:

    Brilliant! Love him even if he’s not Bond. Daniel is an outstanding actor. He has a way of seamlessly inhabiting a role on camera, and fully deconstructing it from behind the scenes.

  17. 17
    Fio Says:

    Daniel covers GQ Australia October Isuee
    Back and better-looking than ever – and we’re not just talking about cover star Daniel Craig – it’s GQ’s fresh new look. And although we’ve got a brand-new design, it’s still packed with the same mix of features and fashion you know and love. First up, we hit the beach with the stunning Samara Weaving, Home and Away’s hottest export. Then, we take a trip into the Tasmanian wilderness with former Greens leader Bob Brown who speaks candidly about life after politics. Outfitter gives you a rundown of the latest stylish suiting and the 10 things our editors love right now. Plus, we squeeze in an interview with Mr Bond himself, Daniel Craig; the latest edition of GQWatch; the very latest trends in fashion, fitness and food from around the globe; and even a spring style guide to make sure you’re leading the pack this racing season. Don’t miss it.

    Daniel Craig
    Any early doubts about whether he’d be able to fill 007’s stylish shoes have long since been cast aside. Daniel Craig is Bond. Ask anyone. Now, with Skyfall, Craig is back with another instalment of the world’s most famous secret agent – and we couldn’t be happier. This edition, we sit down with Craig ahead of the blockbuster franchise’s 50th anniversary to talk about how the 44-year-old stays in shape (here’s a hint: it involves daily punishing two-hour gym sessions) and how 007 manages to remain so dapper amid all the chaos – and guns, girls and gadgets – that come with the territory of being the world’s most celebrated spy (turns out a hotline to Mr Tom Ford doesn’t hurt). Whether you’ve been a lifelong Bond fan or have only known it as Craig’s, it’s a revealing interview you have to read.

  18. 18
    Fio Says:

    (PICS) Daniel Craig in GQ,19931
    The very secret agent Daniel Craig puts in punishing two-hour gym sessions after 14 hours on the set to look fitter than any 44-year-old has a right to – even if he is the world’s most famous spy, James Bond.

    Armed with nothing more than a winning smile, GQ begins its merciless/nervous interrogation of a man who hates being interviewed.

    Will we make it out alive?

    Daniel Craig is Bond. That’s what the posters say and that’s what most people would say if asked to sum him up in one word. Try it.

    In the trailer you’ll have seen by now, Bond is shown playing a word association game in a debriefing room at MI6. “Country: England. Gun: Shot. Agent: Provocateur. Murder: Employment. Skyfall: Done.”

    When James Bond and I meet in at Claridge’s hotel in London where the stars go to junket, it’s just two days since the cast and crew wrapped on the production of the 23rd Bond, Skyfall. From the look of Craig’s bloodshot eyes, he has spent most of those two days on the Vesper Martinis. He may be tired but he’s in good humour: there’s an end-of-term frivolity to his mood. It’s been a lengthy and physically demanding six-month shoot, but Craig worked on this film for a lot longer than that. Skyfall: Done.

    You see, when it comes to Bond, Craig is more than just a famous number, more than just a Walther PPK for hire. He lives and breathes the role and feels huge personal responsibility for ensuring its success, “to make sure we leave the franchise in as good a shape as when we found it”. This particular 007 film, Craig’s third but surely not his last, would not have been made if he hadn’t rescued it when time was running out on this year’s all-important 50th anniversary of the Bond movie franchise.

    Craig’s first outing as the world’s most famous secret agent, Casino Royale (2006), was universally acclaimed to be the best Bond since Sean Connery hung up his hairpiece. It was certainly profitable. Especially for manufacturers of tight blue swim shorts.

    Two years later the follow-up, Quantum of Solace, was a comparative critical disappointment, albeit one that very nearly matched its predecessor in making a healthy $575m. It was a difficult shoot, filmed on the fly without a finished script due to the Hollywood writers’ strike — and let’s be honest, it showed.

    Determined that wouldn’t happen again, Craig took matters into his own villain-throttling hands for Skyfall by personally assembling a core team of serious heavyweight Oscar winners, recruiting Sam Mendes (American Beauty) as the director and Javier Bardem (There Will Be Blood) as the baddie and retaining Dame Judi Dench as M.

    “Daniel told us that he had talked to Sam and Sam was interested,” says the film’s co-producer Barbara Broccoli, the coquettish 50-something woman sitting to Craig’s left, who positively giggles at his every word. “We were really excited because we couldn’t imagine he would be but it turns out he is a huge Bond fan.”

    Then at a charity fundraiser Craig “with a few drinks down my neck” reeled in Bardem for the role of Raoul Silva, Bond’s new nemesis.

    But in 2010, the sky fell in on the whole project. Despite the huge commercial success of earlier Bonds, Hollywood studio MGM somehow mismanaged their money-pennies. Production was suspended indefinitely, and a few months later MGM filed for bankruptcy. Could it be that after so many attempts on his life, Bond was finally going to be killed off — by a bunch of bankers?

    Craig puts a positive spin on the situation. It’s almost as if he’s ready for this question. “Financially MGM were in trouble and had to sort their house out, which they did,” he says. “But that gave us a big break to work on the script. We had to secretly do it. We weren’t allowed to be seen publicly doing anything because the company was in whatever it was. But all I cared about was a good script. And in the end we had two years to get it right.”

    Read the full interview in GQ Australia’s October/November 2012 issue, on sale Monday 24th September.

    Launch the gallery to view Daniel Craig at recent events.

  19. 19
    Fio Says:

    Daniel looking fit in a leather jacket :)

  20. 20
    Fio Says:

    I can’t stop laughing at this pic!!!!!

  21. 21
    Amy Says:

    Alicia Tan ‏@alicia_tan16
    It’s totally casual I just passed Daniel Craig and Rachel Weiss…

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    wanna do ... Says:

    PERFEKT as always

  23. 23
    Amy Says:

    Joseph Parcon ‏@spyou73
    James Bond aka Daniel Craig behind me in line at my local juice bar in the east village NY! Got to love this town!!

  24. 24
    Jackie Says:

    Daniel is super hot….what caught my attention was Gin Wigmore singing in the band….awesome for a kiwi girl rocking it out with James Bond!!

  25. 25
    Amy Says:

    Didn’t know Gin was from New Zealand. I’ve never heard the unique voice like her before. She has the similarity with the voice of Amy Winehouse, though.

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