Coverage: Daniel Craig Walk Of Fame Star Ceremony


Rami’s No Time to Die, Daniel Craig has received his well-deserved Hollywood Walk of Fame star! Rami and Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli spoke at the ceremony. It was also streamed live on Variety’s official YouTube channel, which is still available to watch below. Check out the stream then head to the gallery for the photos.

Coverage: Rami Malek on Jimmy Kimmel Live


Rami was on Jimmy Kimmel Live a couple of days ago where he talked about No Time to Die, his friendship with co-star Daniel Craig and his offer to babysit the royal kids.


Coverage: Rami Malek on Good Morning America


Rami made an appearance on Good Morning America to talk about his upcoming movie No Time to Die.

Photos: “No Time To Die” World Premiere


I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Rami FINALLY attending the world premiere of “No Time To Die” in the Royal Albert Hall in London. He wore a dashing Prada suit and walked the red carpet alone but had time to pose with his co-stars and his mom.

Photos: 2021 French Open


I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Rami attending 2 days of the 2021 French Open.

Feature: Rami Malek for British GQ!


“Let’s see. Which way am I going?”

The question is, of course, rhetorical. Looking back as he speaks, Malek nimbly navigates a maze of monitors, tripods, coiled cables and coffee tables in an already labyrinthine suite at The London hotel in the West Hollywood section of Los Angeles. “See, even back here I’m in my London bubble,” says Malek, a California native who’s outside Britain for the first time since before the Covid-19 pandemic struck properly back in March.

After a few sidesteps, Malek reaches behind drawn curtains, opens a pair of glass doors and we emerge onto a sprawling terrace with commanding views of the city. He sits on a long, L-shape sofa, the Hollywood sign visible in the distance behind him. “Ahhh. Here, this is a good two metres,” he says, his embrace of the metric system a sign of England’s effect on him. He gestures at his facemask: “Can I… Can I take this off?”

Although I say yes and remove my own face covering, Malek leaves his on, even while talking. “This is very much home and not just in heart,” says the 39-year-old actor, who grew up a few miles away. “So it’s been really sweet to spend time with my family in the last few days, even with the masks on.” In addition to seeing family, Malek is in Los Angeles to get back, however haltingly, to work. He’s spent the past several hours in various parts of this hotel suite recording a series of behind-the-scenes commentaries for No Time To Die – the 25th instalment of the James Bond franchise – in which Malek, if you didn’t know already, plays the mysterious arch-villain Safin.

Those promotional videos are, today, right here and now, among the mounting signs that the film is definitely, maybe, hopefully coming to theatres less than two months from this late September day. “Yeah, it seems like we’re actually going to release in November,” Malek adds. “Fingers crossed.” He shrugs as if to say, “Who knows?” [More at Source]

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