Sean Connery was remembered Saturday by James Bond’s other actors and franchise producers as “one of the true movie giants” who best embody the fictional spy role James Bond Bond (James Bond).
For James Bond fans and those who know him, Mr. Connery, who was 90 years old, is considered one of the actors who played the best role in “Dr. Thor.” No” (1962), “Love from Russia” (1963), “Gold Finger” (1964), “Thunder Ball” (1965), “Only Live Twice” (1967), “Diamond Forever Existence” (1971) and “Never Say Failure” (1
Today only four actors who played James Bond (also known as Agent 007) in the movie are still alive: George Ratzenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel K. Reg.
David Niven played James Bond in the satirical spy film “Casino Royal” (1967), who died in 1983. Roger Moore (Roger Moore) played James Bond (James Bond) for more than ten years, starting from “Live and Let Die” (1973), and ending in 1985 with “A View” (A View to a Kill) died in 2017.
Mr. Craig, who has played James Bond since 2006, said in a statement on the 007 website that Connery’s films “defined the era and style.”
“The wisdom and charm he portrayed on the screen can be measured in megawatts; he helped create modern blockbusters.” Mr. Craig said. “In the coming years, he will continue to influence actors and filmmakers. My thoughts are with his family and relatives. No matter where he is, I want a golf course.”
Mr. Ratzenby, who played James Bond in “The Secret Service Under On” (1969), said on Instagram Saturday that Mr. Connery had inspired him.
Ratzenby said: “I have met Sean several times and I am very happy that he gave me the Bond movie “The Secret Service Under On”, his seal of approval.”
“But, for me, the most important thing is that his work goes far beyond Bond: charity, family, politics and golf.” Mr. Ratzenby added. “A man who pursues his heart. A great actor, a great man and an undervalued artist have left us.”
Just a few weeks ago, Mr. Ratzenby wished Mr. Connery “all the best” on his 90th birthday, calling him “the greatest Bond ever.”
“For me, Sean will always be a man,” Mr. Lazenby wrote. “I walked in his footsteps-I had to dress and dress like Sean Connery-I went to his barber and tailor. When I was promoted to the position, I had no fear-he was Inspire me who never hesitates.”
Mr. Dalton (James Bond’s first film is “The Living Daylights” (1987)) said in a statement: “Syne is a beautiful existence. A great leader.”
On Saturday’s Twitter, James Bond villain Leonard Ronald Carlyle (Robert Carlyle) called Mr. Connery a “pioneer,” in “The World Is Not Enough” (1999). True legend and gentleman”.
Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli stated on the 007 website that Mr. Connery “portrayed sexy and otherworldly agents with a tough and witty portrait , Completely changed the world.”
They said in the statement: “He was, and will always be remembered as the original James Bond. When he announced those unforgettable words, the film industry began an indelible entry-‘The name is Bond. ……James Bond’,”
The death of Mr. Connery is the third franchise death related to James Bond since September.
Diana Rigg, who was 82 years old, played the daughter of a crime boss in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, the only James Bond movie to play Mr. Lazenby In October, “Goldfinger” actress Margaret Nolan (Margaret Nolan) passed away at the age of 76.