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Who's the little girl in post #361? Is she the daughter of the guy on the left of the pic?

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i think she is in the film with them

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Another movie with an 'emerging from the sea' shot!
Great news - I'm not complaining

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Although he's wearing too much clothes this time

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James Bond star Daniel Craig looks dressed to kill on an outing in Los Angeles, California. Wearing a suit jacket and waistcoat, almost a carbon copy of the outfit 007 alumni Sean Connery made famous, the Casino Royale star kept it cool with a straw Fedora hat and aviators as he ran errands and attended some business meetings around the city. He was later seen out with his producer girlfriend Satsuki Mitchell. An onlooker said: “He probably ordered a Martini - shaken, not stirred - for lunch.”
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hubba hubba thanks

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DANIELCRAIG@Taylor-Wood/Jopling Christening (London)

he looks really nice




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he looks so handsome, thanks

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Role Call: Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig proved he could fill some serious shoes in ''Casino Royale,'' but before he was Bond, the versatile British actor played everyone from Sylvia Plath's husband (''Sylvia'') to Lara Croft's love interest (''Tomb Raider'')

THE INVASION (2007)
In this sci-fi thriller, inspired by the seminal horror flick Revenge of the Body Snatchers, Daniel Craig stars as Ben Driscoll, a psychiatrist who must help his colleague, Carol Bennell (Nicole Kidman), stop the spread of an extraterrestrial infection. The duo discovers that the infection causes a violent transformation that is triggered by REM sleep. Audiences are advised to stay alert for this one...

LOVE IS THE DEVIL: STUDY FOR A PORTRAIT OF FRANCIS BACON (1998)
Love Is the Devil showcases Craig's vulnerable side — and more, with a full frontal nude scene (!) — as the lover of British painter Francis Bacon (Derek Jacobi). Based on a true story of Bacon's affair with a man 30 years his junior, the film costars Craig as a small-time thief who is beckoned into Bacon's boudoir when Bacon discovers him burgling his house. Craig won a Best British Performance award for the role.

LARA CROFT: TOMB RAIDER (2001)
This Hollywood blockbuster brought the popular videogame heroine Lara Croft (played by Angelina Jolie) to life, pitting her against Craig's arrogant Alex West, a rival archeologist for whom she carries a torch. This big-budget flick was a departure for the British Theatre regular, and helped to secure his international fame.

ROAD TO PERDITION (2002)
In this Sam Mendes-directed film, Craig plays Connor Rooney, a man yearning for the attention of his mob-boss father (Paul Newman). EW's Lisa Schwarzbaum described his character as ''a hotheaded crybaby as reckless with entitlement as Joaquin Phoenix's Commodus in Gladiator.'' In the end, Rooney's jealous streak leads him from getting everything he wants to getting exactly what he deserves.

The Mother (2003)
Harold and Maude notwithstanding, movies about older women having affairs with younger men are few and far between. This film files in the face of standard cinematic cliché, placing Craig in the arms of a recent widow — and the widow's daughter. Not too smart, perhaps, but double dipping means double-Craig screentime, and that's never a bad thing.

Sylvia (2003)
In this weeper of a biopic, Craig plays the philandering Ted Hughes, husband of the poet Sylvia Plath. This movie focuses on their relationship and its dissolution, followed by Plath's suicide. Sylvia offers a robust role for Craig, though his womanizing here hardly casts him as a Bond-like hero.
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Enduring Love (2004)
Based on the 1998 novel by Ian McEwen, this psychological thriller stars Craig as Joe Rose, witness to a horrible accident — a man falling from a hot-air balloon. The psychological impact of this incident is made manifest by a creepy onlooker who begins to seep into Joe's life and pull it slowly apart.



Layer Cake (2004)
Directed by Matthew Vaughan, who earned his stripes as the producer of Guy Richie's Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, ''Layer Cake'' is a metaphor for the criminal underworld where Craig is a successful drug dealer revealed only in the credits as ''XXXX.'' (Which is appropriate enough, considering this picture is just a shade shy of X.)



Fateless (Sorstalanság) (2005)
In this film adaptation of Imre Kertész's semi-autobiographical novel, Craig plays a U.S. Army Sergeant who encourages a Jewish Hungarian teenager to seek a fresh start in America after his German concentration camp is liberated. The boy's refusal offers a poignant representation of his strength and naïve willingness to face whatever comes next.



Munich (2005)
This ''historical fiction'' drama stars Craig as Steve, the driver for a squad of Mossad agents hired by the Israeli government to assassinate members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September, following the events of the 1972 Munich massacre of Israeli Olympic athletes.



Renaissance (2006)
In this black-and-white animated adventure set in Paris in 2054, Daniel Craig stars as Barthélémy Karas, an inspector determined to track down a 22-year-old woman who has been kidnapped. Though Lisa Schwarzbaum praised the film as ''visually striking,'' she called the characters ''indistinguishable.''



Infamous (2006)
This Truman Capote biopic casts Craig as Perry Smith, one half of the team accused of murdering the Clutter family — the crime upon which Capote based his 1965 novel, In Cold Blood. Though it mirrors the Philip Seymour Hoffman-helmed film Capote in many ways, Infamous director Douglas McGrath places more emphasis on the emotional (and potentially romantic) relationship between the writer and his doomed subject.



Casino Royale (2006)

Craig steps into the role as the sixth Bond — the shortest at 5' 11'', and the only blond Bond to date. This savvy adaptation of Ian Fleming's first Bond book is its third screen remake, and by far the highest-grossing film in the franchise. Not only did it make Daniel Craig a household name, it also demonstrated how to construct a simple-but-sure torture device from a bottomless chair and a thick knotted rope. Yowch!



The Golden Compass (December 2007)
For Harry Potter fans looking for a new fix, here's one for your Christmas wish list: Craig stars as Lord Asriel in this movie adaptation of the first installment of the His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman.

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