Daniel Craig reportedly earns $1m for "007" minute appearance at Range Rover event

According to NY Post, Daniel Craig reportedly earned $1 million (£650k) for a short appearance at a Range Rover media event in New York that lasted roughly 7 minutes.

The James Bond star was part of a marketing campaign for the all-new Range Rover Sport, which shows him in the video below driving the new luxury SUV in Manhattan, NY to the media unveiling on Tuesday night.

He was there for few minutes so photographers could take coule of pictures and then left with no comments about the car or event, which in our guess many people were expecting as there were different complaints later like “He didn’t even give a speech” .. or “I couldn’t even tell if he was actually here.”

A spokesperson for the company said: “We won’t comment on our relationship with Mr Craig beyond confirming that Land Rover supports the charity S.A.F.E., of which the actor is a patron, and will continue its charitable efforts with a vehicle donation later this year.”

Looks like people always want more than they can get. Daniel Craig did what he was very likely agreed to do, left the event and those who want to see him talk about the new Range Rover Sport can enjoy the videos below.


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