You don't want to miss it! Bond star Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz dash through the airport to catch a flight
22:01 GMT, 19 June 2012
At first glance it looked like he was late for an important meeting as he checked his phone and left his wife dashing to keep up.
But even James Bond cannot have a plane wait for him as Daniel Craig found out today.
The actor was snapped dashing through JFK airport in New York as he rushed to catch a flight.
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Can we make it Daniel Craig checks his phone as he, wife Rachel Weisz and her son Henry dash through JFK airport
He was accompanied by actress wife Rachel Weisz and her son Henry as they rushed through the terminal to grab their plane.
Craig, 44, checked his phone as they gang made their way through the airport, and it looked as though Weisz, 42, was asking him if they had time.
The 007 star also sported a bandage on his right hand, maybe an injury he got filming the latest Bond installment.
Wait for us! Rachel and Henry looked like they were rushing to catch up with the Bond star as he strode ahead
The first trailer for the new film, called Skyfall, was released in May, although Craig is believed to still be filming some finishing touches to the blockbuster, which wass directed by Sam Mendes and is released in October.
And Daniel, who is playing the secret agent for the third time, said he never wanted to recreate the old Bond movies that starred Roger Moore and Sean Connery.
Speaking to Total Film, he said: 'I reread the books, he read the books,
we watched the movies, we talked about the Roger Moore movies, the Sean
Connery movies, the whole thing.
Hold the plane! The family, along with two aides, hurried through the terminal
'There's a sort of tone that's in all
those movies that you can't try to recreate. If you do, then it's a
pastiche. Neither Sam nor I want to make a pastiche of an older movie.
But you have flavours of it.'
He also revealed that the recent problems with MGM which pushed the filming back actually helped the film because it gave them time to improve the script.
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He added: 'The MGM thing was a silver lining situation where, for the first time, we had a lot of time to work on the script. We weren't publicly allowed to say we were doing anything, but we were secretly meeting.
'It wasn't full bore until everything was given the green light, but we were very optimistic it would happen.'