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Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig
British actor Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond and took the British spy into a more dark and brooding place.

As a young man, Craig trained with London's National Youth Theatre, and in 1992, he made his film debut in "The Power of One." His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's "Munich," "Road to Perdition" and "The Golden Compass"

In 2008, Craig returned as James Bond in "Quantum of Solace."
British actor Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond and took the British spy into a more dark and brooding place.

As a young man, Craig trained with London's National Youth Theatre, and in 1992, he made his film debut in "The Power of One." His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's "Munich," "Road to Perdition" and "The Golden Compass"

In 2008, Craig returned as James Bond in "Quantum of Solace."
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    After more than a decade-long hiatus, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is back on the big screen. In “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” — one of the most pointlessly clunky titles in recent memory — he is reborn in the form of Chris Pine, who steps into the differing-size shoes of Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford (twice) and Ben Affleck.
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    Film Review: Odd couple makes 'Captain Phillips' work
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    Film review: It's worth getting a second 'Tattoo'

    Film review: It's worth getting a second 'Tattoo'
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    Film review: James Bond is back on track

    Film review: James Bond is back on track
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    Film review: Latest 'Spider-Man' is diverting, but not amazing
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