The 53-year-old James Bond star is bidding adieu to the franchise this week, but not before he solidifies his star power with the addition of his name to the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
Yup, the No Time to Die actor will be honored with a coveted spot on the legendary sidewalk two days before the Oct. 8 Los Angeles premiere of the film. He will be placed next to former 007 Roger Moore and will be the fourth franchise leader — after Roger, David Niven, and Pierce Brosnan — to receive the honor.
What's more, the star will be located at 7007 Hollywood Blvd., in a clear homage to the MI6 secret agent's code name.
Rami Malek — who portrays the antagonist in the movie — will give a speech at the ceremony, along with No Time to Die producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.