It’s no news that Daniel Craig has such amazing eyes. As he closed the curtain as 007 in the movie “No Time To Die,” he made his mark in the James Bond movie with his good acting prowess and good looks.
This reality was confirmed after Billie Eilish admitted his DILF status and attractiveness.
During her appearance on “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” Eilish recalled when she met Craig to work on the theme song of the James Bond movie.
When describing how he was taken aback by his looks, the singer spluttered a lewd acronym for a sexually attractive daddy figure. She also added that she was anxious about meeting him for the first time.
“Yeah, He’s James Bond! He’s a DILF!” She exclaims, “Those eyes?”
Eilish continued, “You would literally, you would not believe them. They look crazy. When I met him I was like ‘Whoa. It feels like they are here. Like this is his face and these are his eyes.'”
Host Seth also spoke of his attraction to the “Knives Out” star, stating that it was weird that he had a crush on James Bond.
“I found when I say it, it’s weird. But I want you to know I’m in full agreement,” he joked. “Those eyes are crazy. Let me just say something. You have beautiful blue eyes. I have beautiful blue eyes. But we can’t even be in the same room with that man’s eyes. These look like pink eyes compared to him.”
Daniel Craig Didn’t Initially Like Eilish’s Theme Song For The Movie
The youngest singer in history to write a theme song for the movie, Eilish, also admitted that Craig didn’t initially like the song.
At a first listen, Craig wasn’t sold on the song. However, music producer, Stephen Lipson, recalled inviting the actor to his London studios to better listen to the music.
“It was agreed that he’d come to the studio on the following Sunday, so on the designated day, I got in a few hours before Barbara and Daniel were due to arrive to make sure it sounded as good as it could. Listening to it as if I was Daniel, I realized that the climax needed to be enormous, so I spent some time massaging the mix so that, without any perceivable change, it was very much louder at that point. I then set the song’s volume to be pretty muscular, knowing that the climax would be earth-shattering.”
“They arrived. I sat Daniel in the chair between the speakers, hit play, and waited for his response. When the song finished, he didn’t look up but asked to hear it once more. Barbara and I had no idea how he felt until the end of his second listening when he looked up at me and said something like, ‘That’s fucking amazing.’ As soon as he’d approved it, the wheels were set in motion, and the news that Billie Eilish was doing the Bond theme song appeared everywhere.”
The Song Was Nominated At The Oscars
“No Time To Die” has been nominated for best original song at the upcoming Oscars. It’s in stiff competition with the likes of Beyonce’s “Be Alive” from the hit movie, “King Richard.”
The singer is said to attend the ceremony with her brother and co-writer Finneas, although she admits to being mildly terrified.
“It’s the scariest thing. I went to the Oscars in 2020, right before COVID happened, and it was the coolest, scariest thing I’d ever — I’ve never been more nervous in my life,” she said. “Because it’s not people that I know, really. It’s actors.”
She continued, “And also, actors are so much more eloquent than musicians. Like, musicians are weird and gross and smelly. And the actors are on time, and very — I don’t know. It was intimidating. So I’m very nervous.”
Eilish’s Oscar Debut Was In 2020
Two years ago, the “Ocean Eyes” singer made her debut on the Oscar stage. She was accompanied by her brother, who brought along his girlfriend, Claudia Sulewski.
Although she had no nomination nods, it was still a big night for her, as she performed a beautiful cover of “Yesterday” for the in memoriam performance.
“Honored to be performing during the in memoriam segment for the Oscars tonight covering a song I’ve always loved. Watch with us,” Billie posted on her Instagram before the show.
In a later reveal to Zane Lowe, she admitted to being sick during the performance.
“I was sick for all of the Oscars, I bombed that performance,” she told Apple Music’s New Music Daily host. “That s— was trash.”
‘No Time To Die’ Delayed Release Date
The ‘No Time to Die’ release date was shifted a lot over the past year. The highly-expected James Bond film came close to releasing in theaters in April 2020 but was postponed to November of that year because of the Covid-19 surge. The film was subsequently moved from its November release date to an April 2021 release date, before that date was eventually abandoned.
“No Time to Die” was eventually released in the theaters on October 8th, 2021, in the United States and in the United Kingdom on September 30th, 2021.