A steamy moment occurred on the set of No Time to Die, the latest James Bond film, between hunky actors Daniel Craig and Rami Malek.
Rami, 38, who plays a villanious role in the upcoming movie (slated to be released in the United States on April 8, 2020) talked about an off-screen kiss that occurred between him and Daniel, 51, during his appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert this week.
“We had this scene that was a very complicated scene and we were rehearsing for it with our terrific director Cary Fukunaga,” the Oscar winner told Stephen, 55. “We were sitting at a table over hours just batting about ideas. back and forth, and we finally cracked this really challenging scene. So you know, he grabbed me, picked me up, and …” Rami took a pause for a second before talking about their lip lock.
“I can’t tell who initiated the next moment, whether it was him or I but a kiss transpired between the two of us,” he revealed. “I’m going to say that Daniel initiated it. And I was very taken aback.”
“Was it welcome?” the talk show host then asked. “Yes, very much so,” he responded before adding “And I took a moment and caught my breath and I looked down and said, ‘So does this make me a Bond girl?’”
Here’s hoping this interaction doesn’t get left on the cutting room floor!