You won’t believe this is Daniel Craig

Would you believe this is actor Daniel Craig, known for his James Bond 007 movies?

Daniel Craig at BAFTA, Feb. 18, 2018

That was Craig, 49, at the 2018 Awards of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in London, last Sunday, February 18, 2018. (Daily Mail)

He looked unrecognizable.

Compare Daniel Craig at BAFTA to him less than a year ago at the Omega’s dinner on March 9, 2017 (source: Hollywood Reporter):

Daniel Craig 2018 v. 2017

The BAFTA Daniel Craig not only doesn’t look like Daniel Craig, he looks stupid (look at those dull eyes) and evil.

What happened to him?

UPDATE:

And, just like so many Hollyweirdos, Daniel Craig is a hypocrite.

Playing gun-toting, violent James Bond has made him a multi-millionaire, with an estimated net worth of $95 million. But Craig is anti-gun.

From The Telegraph:

“I hate handguns. Handguns are used to shoot people and as long as they are around people will shoot each other. That’s a simple fact.”

H/t Kelleigh

~Eowyn

51 responses to “You won’t believe this is Daniel Craig

  1. Hadenoughalready

    He ate too many kids… It’s all in the diet.

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  2. “Given the very public and dark shadow hanging over the Groucho club on the issues of child abuse on their member’s forum, rape and sexual abuse, it is a reasonable question to ask. Why does the BAFTA executive support and promote Groucho Club membership to BAFTA members while on the other hand speaking out on the Harvey Weinstein issue and kicking him out of the charity, surely the same rule should apply.”………..

    https://cathyfox.wordpress.com/2018/02/19/baftas-charity-commission-and-the-groucho-club/

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  3. Puffy, smoother skin, all the ruggedness gone. Hair down instead of combed back and up. None was an improvement. Maybe a little weight gain also.

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  4. just a little weight gain and aging.

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    • Aging — in less than a year? And the dull, stupid-looking eyes?

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      • Dr Eowyn . . . I am wondering if he had his “eyebrows lifted.” I understand that when this procedure is done they do incisions in the forehead–perhaps that accounts for combing the hair downward. In the picture from a year ago, his eyelids covered more of his eyes . . . perhaps he also had tissue removed from the eyelid to create a more wide open eye look. Whatever he did, he looks like a dork now . . . a year ago he still looked like a hunk. What a difference a year makes! Whatever it was that he did . . . I would assume that it was something that he choose to do, but it just didn’t turn out all that good. I would rather doubt that he has folks beating his door down with offers to appear in films–he has just lost his good looks (aging and all) and now is left somewhat of a character that looks nothing like his former self. I must say this truly makes me heartsick . . . he used to be so handsome, and now people do not even recognize that it is him. Warning: Stay away from his plastic surgeon!

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        • You are right Auntie- the eyebrows have been lifted and the extra skin above his eyes is gone, Bad plastic surgery. The puffiness in his face is probably from the drinking he is now doing since he realized he shouldn’t have had that surgery done!

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          • Lana . . . That was brilliant! I loved the part about . . .”The puffiness in his face is probably from the drinking he is now doing since he realized he shouldn’t have had that surgery done! Simply brilliant! You go girl!

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          • If he had plastic surgery, or even Botox, if was all for naught because his face now has even more lines and undereye-bags than a year ago.

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  5. at least he’s right about one thing. guns are used to shoot people. that is their purpose. good people can shoot bad people.

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  6. does he ever wonder why obomo and hil- larry use ARMED guards for security.

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  7. I don’t believe that is Daniel Craig

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  8. Is that even him? Can a person’s looks change that much in just one year? Look at the wrinkles on his forehead.

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  9. cough Gollum

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  10. As Agent 007, he represented the ruling powers holding guns to shoot people in order to take guns away from people they want to shoot in order to control them completely.

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  11. He’s also getting rid of his Aston-Martin

    https://www.autoblog.com/2018/02/15/daniel-craig-james-bond-aston-martin-auction/

    Looks like a mix of plastic surgery and side effects from steroids.

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  12. My guess is some sort of cortico-steroid therapy for an infection or auto-immune dysfunction, and/or maybe some botox or face/eye surgery…

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  13. Its funny all the hollyweirdo’s that make movies in action packed shoot-em up with every possible weapon at their disposal and make millions on the movies. then come out and condemn gun violence that they promoted in their movies. There is a whole host of them hypocrite any way you look at it. And how many guns do their bodyguards carry?

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    • For example, anti-gun Liam Neeson making million$ in Taken Umpteen:

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      • Anonymous . . . . I for one am repulsed by these Brits, Scotts, Irish citizens who come to the US, suck up our dollars, and then feel they need to school us in the horrors of guns. My advice to all of them–go home to wherever you’re from, we don’t want you here, and we are sick and tired of you running your mouth about our politicks.

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  14. Stephen T. McCarthy

    Well, that IS peculiar.

    It’s definitely the same guy — the ears and nose prove that. And, Dr. E, I don’t think the eyebrows are really necessarily different. I think the eyebrows are just conforming to his much more open-eyed expression in the 2018 photo.

    It looks like perhaps a bit of weight gain, and the grey hair now COULD just be dyed for a role he’s currently playing, or about to play. (A fellow actor once saw James Dean just before he died in the car crash, and was totally shocked by how much he’d aged in such a short time. But, actually, Dean had his hairline shaved back for the role of the aged Jett Rink, which he’d just finished filming.)

    What gets me is that, regardless of any weight gain, his cranium and facial bones seem to have expanded, giving him a much rounder look to his face. I mean, it looks structural to me, not just extra flab on the face.

    A couple folks above mentioned it could be an effect of steroid use, and that was my first thought, too. If we have any baseball fans here, then they probably remember what happened to Barry Bonds’ head when he was so juiced up and hitting all those home runs. The bones of his skull actually expanded and his face absolutely blew up (just like his home run numbers did).

    However, it took a ton of steroid abuse for Barry Bonds’ gigantic head to balloon up like that. I can’t really imagine why an older actor would be using steroids to THAT extreme.

    Like I said, that IS peculiar!

    ~ D-FensDogG
    Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends

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    • Stephen . . . . Thank you for your take on “steroids.” I was unable to explain in my own mind why he had, as you said, an expansion of his cranium. That really is pretty weird.

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      • Stephen T. McCarthy

        I could be mistaken, Dear Auntie. (After all, I was wrong once before — on April 23, 1983. So, perhaps it’s happened again. ;o) ) But SOMETHING is definitely odd there, and steroid abuse is the only thing I’m really aware of that has been shown to alter the shape of facial bones and the cranium.

        Hmmm… Maybe Daniel Craig is about to play Barry Bonds in a biopic. He’s definitely gonna need to work on his tan, though, if that’s the case. :o)

        ~ D-FensDogG
        Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends

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        • steroid use changes the shape of facial bones and cranium?! Good grief.

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          • Stephen T. McCarthy

            Dr. E., Barry Bonds abused steroids and HGH to the point that he could barely even fit his head into his batting helmet anymore. (My guess is that he eventually started using a larger sized helmet.) And he stated once to his girlfriend that he was concerned the baseball world would find out about his PED use because his head had gotten so large.

            Sick, sick, sick! And all because his ego and racism convinced him he needed to hit more home runs than Babe Ruth had.

            ~ D-FensDogG
            Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends

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            • You mentioning Barry Bonds brings a smile to my face…

              And I played a part (maybe bigger than I realized at the time) in his juicing. Maybe I provided him with all the motivation he ever needed.

              On Labor Day 1987, Barry was a much, much skinnier rookie (or 2nd year player) with the Pittsburgh Pirates. They were playing the Chicago Cubs that weekend, and me & some college roommates made the road trip back home. It was the day after my 22nd birthday, and my roommate’s 21st birthday. We hit the bars 3 hours before the game, with us mixing tequila shots & Moosehead beers. He couldn’t keep it inside him, while I was OK., and eventually we stumbled our way to the left field bleachers (seats were still easy to get back then).

              The only thing I remembered about the game was that the Cubs lost on a throwing error.

              But my friends had told me a day or two later, that Barry Bonds had given me the finger while in left field. I had absolutely no recollection of this, as I blacked out the whole game.

              During a particularly quiet stretch of the game, they said I stood up and yelled at Barry, “HEY BARRY! YOU’LL NEVER BE AS GOOD AS YOUR OLD MAN!!” (His father Bobby, was a pretty decent ballplayer in his own right) I must’ve timed it so that a lot of people heard me

              Then Barry turned around and flipped me off! That set off the bleachers for awhile.

              So perhaps soon afterwards, Barry vowed to himself that he’d do whatever it took to put up the numbers he did.

              Wish he’d pay me for some sort of “consulting” fee…

              And by the way, after the game when I went home to get my stuff for the ride back to college, was the first time most of my family had seen me drunk – and they were laughing at me. On top of that, I was suffering the WORST hangover I ever had – the 4-hour ride to school was unbearable.

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              • Stephen T. McCarthy

                JACKIE, so YOU are to blame for the ballooning of Barry, eh? Ha!-Ha!

                I well remember Bobby Bonds, when he was part of that punch the Giants had, along with McCovey. I liked them both when I was a kid, before I realized I was supposed to hate them because I was born ‘n’ bred Dodger Blue.

                It’s a shame about Barry’s ego and willingness to use PEDs to such an extreme, because he was naturally a very gifted player and was well on his way to the Hall of Fame. Now, who knows if he’ll ever get in. He certainly wouldn’t if I had anything to say about it.

                As far as I’m concerned, Hank Aaron still has the record for most home runs ever hit. (Barry’s “inflated” numbers don’t count.) And Ted Williams is still the greatest hitter who ever lived.

                The worst hangover I ever had, I’d picked up one night in Reno. The next day, my buddy and I intended to drive home to L.A. but I was so hungover I could make it only as far as Virginia City — just 30 minutes away — and told my buddy, “Pull over and get us a motel room for the night. This is as far as I can go today.” Ha! Whew! That one still hurts just to think about it. ;^)

                ~ D-FensDogG
                STMcC Presents ‘Battle Of The Bands’

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          • Actually it’s not uncommon for people on long-term steroids (for various reasons). It’s called “moon face”

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  15. There’s a price to pay for an aberrant lifestyle. The “lifeless” look is common in Satanists. Look at the senior Rockefeller just before he died. It looked like they had stretched his skin with a “come along”.

    All that “Spirit Cooking” must not agree with him.

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  16. Craig is suffering from drug abuse and/or demon possession.

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    • Puts a whole new perspective on the term “fat head”. I read a piece once (don’t have the link any longer) on Satanists having smooth faces. It seems to be true.

      In his case it looks like somebody stuck a Schrader valve in his forehead and filled his face with air.

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  17. Its him alright, he is probably suffering from a bacteria he got in San Francisco!

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  18. “Handguns are used to shoot people and as long as they are around people will shoot each other.”

    Then how does he explain the fact that millions of gun owners are not in jail for shooting people? Every one I know who has a firearm has killed less people than the “Lion of the Senate” did.

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  19. Saw Lucky Logan on Amazon the other day. Overall an okay movie. Craig is in the movie. I had to look twice to notice him. Bad botox? Stopped working out?

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  20. Loved James Bond movies until this guy came along. The smiling, laughing Bonds of before were replaced by a cynical bore. Where’s the Real James Bond when you need him?

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  21. “I hate handguns. Handguns are used to shoot people and as long as they are around people will shoot each other. That’s a simple fact.”
    Well-he’s right about that,in a very broad manner. I’m sure he has every intention of seeing this situation reversed,and in that light,I suggest he take all the ILLEGAL guns first. Chances are that once he does THAT,the LAWFULLY owned and carried guns won’t be of any concern at all,and their removal won’t be necessary.

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    • Well, my interpretation is that there is no such thing as an “illegal gun”. “Shall not be infringed” is pretty clear. It doesn’t make any exceptions. If an idiot or a loon gets one, we’ll deal with it. That’s the risk you take for liberty.

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  22. I’ve never cared for this guy-a dour, sinister looking little man with grey skin and beady eyes-what were they thinking casting him as 007? His recent appearance just accentuates all the inherent negatives. I haven’t watched a single Bond film since he took over, but I understand they’re paying him Big $$$ to do yet anither instalment. Yuck.

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    • The other Bonds were FUN. I haven’t seen any of this guys films after watching the trailers. Even the music is awful.

      Old Bond flicks had awesome women singing the title songs (& a couple of guys & bands)

      The smokin Tina Turner made Bono’s idiotic lyrics disappear and turned a dud into a hit:

      Same with Gladys Knight

      Awesome!

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  23. FWIW we get our haircut at the same barber shop sometimes. I saw him there about a month and a half ago, he was wearing a hat and looking at a script.
    In the picture where he looks bad he’s just hungover ffs.

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  24. He’s right. People will shoot people. Hopefully good guys ventilating bad guys. Meanwhile, this creep can whack them real good with his bumper shoot.

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  25. I was never a James Bond fan, but every now and then I wonder whatever happened to the actors who have portrayed him. (I am sorry to hear of the recent death of Roger Moore, who died last year at 89).

    I am not a medical doctor, and all I can go by is what I have gleaned from my internet readings and videos. Some people age gracefully. (And I have received a few compliments from the younguns!) Some people don’t, and that is not necessarily due to any moral fault of theirs. Mr. Craig looks like he is somewhat bloated, due to his jowls. This may be hormonal; Again, I don’t know.

    But we must remember this: St. Thomas Moore (a giant of a saint and martyr, if there ever was one!) was not beneath engaging in ad hominem attacks upon his adversaries. Yes, Mr. Craig sure looks different. But we must also take into account the lighting these photographs were taken in.

    What are we to say? Are we to say I look like a gremlin because my goatee has turned white? Are we to say that, because I have gained some 30 pounds over the past 22 years, that I am possessed by the Devil?!

    As I said, I was never enamored of the James Bond mystique, and when it surfaced in 1962 and took off, I went—even though I was six years old!—EH… Yes, I wanted to be “cool.” But “coolness” never comes after striving to be “cool.” (The adjective “cool” has been ascribed to the jazz musician Miles Davis, yet I have heard that he was not the absolute first to have said it). Being “cool” does not mean never having to say you’re “cool.” Being “cool” is a matter of, as I see it, never being self-conscious. This is how I see it: Jim Morrison (of The Doors) once said, “We are all voyeurs. Not in a criminal or clinical sense, but in that we are always looking into the lives of those around us.” We must all examine our lives and confront ourselves. Many of us do a pretty lousy job of it. (I know I have!) But let us not wind up like the little Talmudic scholar who confronted Our Lord and said, “Oh, Good Teacher, what must I do to be saved?” Because Our Lord caught him right at the get-go: “Good?! Don’t you know that God alone is good?” That little wisenheimer was self-conscious in an unwholesome way. We must learn the lesson here.

    I disagree 100% with Daniel Craig on guns. I am no friend of Sigmund Freud, but he was right: “An irrational fear of firearms is a sign of an arrested infantile sexual formation,” or in words to that effect. A gun is nothing but a tool. As an American, I believe every law-abiding responsible adult of good will within his wits ought to be allowed to own firearms. (In Switzerland, it is a legal requirement). I also do not begrudge Mr. Craig his wealth or his fame: Just don’t lecture others!

    BTW: I know from my own childhood that I am that “little Talmudic scholar” I spoke of above. I was often told how precocious I was. Lesson to be learned: DON’T BE MORBIDLY SELF-CONSCIOUS. THIS IS HOW SATAN TRIPS YOU UP.

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  26. Oh my gosh…his former rugged, somewhat hollowed look…like he just outran the bad guys…is what made him so smokin hot ! He may have had fillers and Botox and and maybe laser work…but I dunno this is pretty startling !

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