Actor Daniel Craig walks red carpet for final time as James Bond in rain-swept London


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Daniel Craig attending the world premiere of the new film from the James Bond franchise 'No Time To Die', in London Tuesday, Sept 28, 2021. Photo: AP

The star-studded but much-delayed world premiere of the latest superspy blockbuster No Time To Die took place on Tuesday (Sept 28) in London.

British star Daniel Craig's fifth and final outing in the franchise is hitting big screens after its release was repeatedly postponed during the coronavirus pandemic.

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