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‘Bond 25’ Hopes To Dispel Worries With Pic Of Daniel Craig Working Out

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‘Bond 25’ Hopes To Dispel Worries With Pic Of Daniel Craig Working Out

‘Bond 25’ Hopes To Dispel Worries With Pic Of Daniel Craig Working Out

About a month after the Bond 25 production officially announced the start of production with an introduction to its star-studded cast, including Oscar-winner Rami Malek, James Bond actor Daniel Craig injured his ankle while filming a stunt.

To prove their point, the movie’s official Twitter account released a new photo of Craig working out while wearing a cast.

As noted by Entertainment Weekly, the black-and-white photo and its accompanying message were published midday on Saturday.


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