Taika Waititi Directs Latest Commercial for Belvedere Vodka With Daniel Craig!

In the latest commercial for Belvedere Vodka, which was directed by Taika Waititi, the winner of the Academy Award for Best Director, Daniel Craig, best known for his role as James Bond, plays “himself.”

Craig shimmies, shakes, and displays some killer dance moves, almost putting Hugh Grant’s iconic dance sequence from “Love Actually” to shame.

The advertisement takes place at the Hotel Cheval Blanc in Paris, and it begins in black and white before following Craig as he walks through the hotel lobby and gradually undresses down to a sleeveless muscle t-shirt.

In time with the music performed by Rita Ora and Giggs, Craig thrusts his hips while dancing at the hotel pool, in an elevator, and finally in his own hotel room, where he deftly removes the cap from a bottle of Belvedere.

Craig yells cut, and Waititi, who is also starring in the film as a parody of himself, tells Craig, “Let’s go again, just be yourself. The meta commercial contains choreography performed by JaQuel Knight, and it concludes with a blooper reel that features actor Craig from “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” cracking jokes alongside Waititi.

Taika Waititi Directs Latest Commercial for Belvedere Vodka With Daniel Craig!

It is important to note that Waititi, who directed “Thor: Love and Thunder,” and his wife, Ora, will be co-hosting the MTV Europe Music Awards on November 13.

Dave Bautista, who co-starred with Daniel Craig in “Glass Onion,” recently disclosed that Bautista observed that Craig “didn’t seem like the happiest person” when playing James Bond in “Spectre,” a film in which Bautista also had a role.

“You could feel that he was under a lot of pressure,” said Bautista, pointing out that after his stint with Bond, Craig has become a completely different person. According to Bautista, “On ‘Glass Onion,’ it was the total opposite.

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“He was just a lot of fun, and he smiled and was happy all the time, and he interacted with people a lot more.” On the set of ‘Spectre,’ there wasn’t a lot of opportunity for interaction between the various members of the cast.

However, “Glass Onion” was the complete antithesis of that. There was never a time when we were apart. As a result, I became more familiar with him as a person and was able to observe him in action.

In an interview with Bond, Daniel Craig reflected on his 16-year run as the character and said that his second film as Bond, “Quantum of Solace,” was a “shitshow.”

“I would have a strange longing for the person that I was when I was filming ‘Casino.'” In the year 2021, Craig stated that having an excessive amount of knowledge was not always a positive thing.

“I was kind of in the dark about a lot of things, about how things worked, the mechanics of it, how the world really viewed Bond, and all of those other things,” she said. I just didn’t understand them.

After that, I finally started to understand them, and it felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders. Craig, on the other hand, stated that he is open to continuing his role as the comical detective Benoit Blanc in “Knives Out.”

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