Daniel Craig cuts a brave figure during the Toronto International Film Festival
He will retire as 007 in the latest Bond film.
But Daniel Craig still looked brave as always during his visit to AT&T On Location during the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday.
The English gentleman, 51, was stylish but understated when she completed a white T-shirt with a smart sports jacket.
Eye spy: Daniel Craig looked brave during the Toronto international film festival on Saturday
Daniel is back in action after he injured himself on the set of Bond 25.
Filming for Bond 25 finally started in April this year and had already been delayed for several months after the departure of director Danny Boyle.
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Espionage: filming for Bond 25 finally started in April this year and had already been delayed a few months after the departure of director Danny Boyle
The star Daniel in Munich underwent surgery as a result of tweaking his ankle bands after a fall while filming for a high-octane scene in Jamaica in May.
The actor's surgery was followed by two weeks of rehabilitation last month, which delayed the film.
The official Twitter account for Bond 25 published a statement about his injuries at the time, stating: & # 39; Daniel Craig will undergo a minor ankle operation due to an injury sustained while filming in Jamaica.
Recovery: the Munich star underwent surgery on his ankle after falling during filming for a high-octane scene in Jamaica in May (shown in Specter, 2015)
& # 39; Production continues while Craig rehabilitates two weeks after surgery. The film remains on schedule for the same release date in April 2020 & # 39 ;.
The British star was said to have flown to New York City for treatment, but it was thought that he was & # 39; furious & # 39; was that he injured himself after months of debilitating preparation for the role.
Meanwhile, three explosions went off at the British Pinewood Studios after a stunt went wrong while filming in June.
Health and safety officials arrived on the set of the besieged film after an explosion tore a hole in a noise phase and injured a member of the crew.
The official Twitter account for the 007 franchise confirmed the blasts, with a message that said: “During the recording of a controlled explosion on the set of Bond 25 today at Pinewood Studios, damage to the exterior of the 007 was Internship caused.
& # 39; There were no injuries on the set, but a crew member outside the stage sustained a minor injury. & # 39;
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