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Daniel Craig reveals that he was not allowed to control James Bond’s iconic Aston Martin during pursuit scenes

Daniel Craig reveals that he was not allowed to control James Bond’s iconic Aston Martin DB5 during fast-paced chase scenes of safety anxiety

  • The actor, 51, told Top Gear Magazine on Thursday that he could not drive and act at the same time because it was considered too dangerous
  • Daniel’s stunt driver Mark Higgins would take his place while filming scenes with high chases, but the Knives Out star was allowed to “donate the DB5 in Matera”
  • Higgins revealed that everything ‘done is real’ and said ‘the environment we were driving in was very, very limited and very, very tight’
  • Despite the precautions, Daniel’s time on the set was not without pain, as he sustained a nasty ankle injury while filming a separate pursuit sequence in Jamaica last year
  • The actor underwent surgery followed by two weeks of rehabilitation in May, which significantly delayed the long-awaited production

James Bond is known for his love of fast cars, his most iconic is the Aston Martin.

But it seems that Daniel Craig was not allowed to drive the Aston Martin DB5 the entire time he recorded his last film as 007, No Time To Die.

The actor, 51, told Top Gear Magazine on Thursday that he was unable to drive and act at the same time because it was considered too dangerous, so that his stunt driver Mark Higgins would take his place while filming high-speed scenes.

For his safety: Daniel Craig revealed on Thursday that he was not allowed to drive James Bond's iconic Aston Martin DB5 during fast-paced chase scenes about safety anxieties

For his safety: Daniel Craig revealed on Thursday that he was not allowed to drive James Bond’s iconic Aston Martin DB5 during fast-paced chase scenes about safety anxieties

About why this was the case, Daniel explained: “You know we pretend, don’t you? We are not allowed to do that anymore, although I will drive.

“I was allowed to donate the DB5 in Matera, which was great.”

Higgins spoke with squire crawl behind the wheel for Daniel’s latest Bond film, and revealed that everything is ‘done is real’.

“I think many of these films leave CGI and try to make it as real as possible,” Higgins explained. ‘The environment we were driving in was very, very limited and very, very tight. It is therefore a difficult place to work. “

Too dangerous: Daniel explained that he was not allowed to drive and trade at the same time and said: “You know we are fake, don’t you? We can’t do that anymore ‘

Behind the wheel: Mark Higgins, Daniel’s stunt driver for his last outing while Bond talked to Esquire about driving for the movie, because he revealed that everything is “done really”

He added that while Daniel “likes to drive when he can,” he was also happy to step back and let the professionals do the work.

“He’s a fantastic actor, so luckily he lets me do the driving and I let him do the acting, so we have a bit of a deal,” Higgins joked.

Despite the precautions, Daniel’s time on the set was not without pain, as he sustained a nasty ankle injury while filming a separate pursuit sequence in Jamaica, the spiritual home of Bond maker Ian Fleming.

Praise: “He’s a fantastic actor, so luckily he lets me do the driving and I let him do the acting, so we have a bit of a deal,” said Higgins (Daniel depicted in Skyfall)

The actor underwent surgery followed by two weeks of rehabilitation in May, which considerably delayed the long-awaited production.

The official Twitter account for Bond 25 published a statement about his injuries at the time and wrote: “Daniel Craig will undergo a minor ankle operation due to an injury while filming in Jamaica.

“Production continues while Craig rehabilitates two weeks after surgery. The film remains on schedule for the same release date in April 2020 ‘.

No Time To Die will be released in the UK on April 2 and in the US on April 10.

One to watch: No Time To Die will be released in the UK on April 2 and in the US on April 10.

One to watch: No Time To Die will be released in the UK on April 2 and in the US on April 10.

One to watch: No Time To Die will be released in the UK on April 2 and in the US on April 10.

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