In anticipation of No Time to Die, Daniel Craig has now been appointed the same Royal Navy rank as James Bond himself. The character of James Bond originated in the series of 12 novels and 2 brief tale collections by British author Ian Fleming, who distributed the principal Bond novel in 1953. The international spy has remained popular consistently, appearing in television, comic books, and especially films pretty much non-stop since his presentation.
On their Twitter, Forces News announced that Daniel Craig has now been appointed an honorary Commander of the Royal Navy. This distinction comes in anticipation of No Time to Die, Daniel Craig’s fifth and final excursion as James Bond. Craig said, “I’m genuinely favored and honored to be appointed the rank of Honorary Commander in the senior help.” See the Tweet announcement underneath:
Although James Bond is all the more popularly known by his Secret Service agent number 007, he is for sure a Commander. His full title is Commander James Bond CMG RNVR, indicating that he is an individual from the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George and the Royal Naval Reserve. In the timeline of the original James Bond novels, he served in the Royal Navy during World War II and joined M’s team in the Secret Service after the finish of the war. In the Daniel Craig reboot timeline, his Bond served in the same position during British military operations in the Gulf War.
No Time to Die has been long awaited after its long delay, which was initially caused by the change in directors and then because of pandemic theater terminations. General society has been waiting altogether too long to say farewell to Craig’s Bond. He has characterized the cutting edge cinematic covert agent type since his first appearance in 2006, so it’s awesome to see him honored in this way for his contributions to the job.