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Hello Mr. Bond, we are expecting you: Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon when he made his last appearance as James Bond in southern Italy

James Bond star Daniel Craig is battered, bloody and bruised while being accompanied by a stunt double after filming a dramatic new scene on the set of No Time To Die in southern Italy

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Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised Tuesday afternoon when he last appeared in southern Italy.

But fans don't have to worry, the British actor was only dressed in character when he filmed his latest dramatic scenes like James Bond on the set of the upcoming movie No Time To Die.

The actor has been working hard since he arrived in picturesque Matera this weekend, where he is putting the finishing touches to his fifth and final performance as the legendary secret agent.

Hello Mr. Bond, we are expecting you: Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon when he made his last appearance as James Bond in southern Italy

Hello Mr. Bond, we are expecting you: Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon when he made his last appearance as James Bond in southern Italy

Hello Mr. Bond, we are expecting you: Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon when he made his last appearance as James Bond in southern Italy

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Hello Mr. Bond, we are expecting you: Daniel Craig looked bloody, battered and bruised on Tuesday afternoon when he made his last appearance as James Bond in southern Italy

Cameras like Craig, 51, struggled down a series of winding stone steps, the bloody cut on his forehead, suggesting he was looking for safety after a new potential brush with death.

Despite the fact that he was wearing a smart brown suit over a blue shirt and a maroon tie, the actor looked confused and remarkably dusty after his last collision.

The actor was later accompanied by a stunt double, wearing an identical suit after he had accompanied Craig on the stairs when his outdoor scene was completed.

In good company: the actor was accompanied by a stunt double, wearing an identical suit after joining Craig on the stairs when his outdoor scene was completed on the set of No Time To Die in picturesque Matera

In good company: the actor was accompanied by a stunt double, wearing an identical suit after joining Craig on the stairs when his outdoor scene was completed on the set of No Time To Die in picturesque Matera

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In good company: the actor was accompanied by a stunt double, wearing an identical suit after joining Craig on the stairs when his outdoor scene was completed on the set of No Time To Die in picturesque Matera

Don't mind me: the production team watched as Craig made his last appearance as Bond on Tuesday

Don't mind me: the production team watched as Craig made his last appearance as Bond on Tuesday

Don't mind me: the production team watched as Craig made his last appearance as Bond on Tuesday

Stunt doubles and drivers have been regularly present in Matera in recent weeks, with a second unit recording chase scenes in the winding, narrow streets of the city.

And Bond & # 39; s latest sporting motion detection sensors over his face, a function commonly used to track movements in high-speed scenes, so that CGI-rendered images can look as lifelike as possible.

Weary: Craig seemed exhausted after filming his last physically draining scene on the set of his fifth and final outing as James Bond
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Weary: Craig seemed exhausted after filming his last physically draining scene on the set of his fifth and final outing as James Bond

Weary: Craig seemed exhausted after filming his last physically draining scene on the set of his fifth and final outing as James Bond

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