The star of 007 No Time to Die Daniel Craig recently tested positive for COVID-19, as announced by the production of her new theatrical effort ‘Macbeth’, currently being shown on Broadway.
According to a notice published by Macbeth’s production, Daniel Craig tested positive on April 2nd. “Today’s matinee and evening performance of ‘Macbeth’ have been canceled as Daniel Craig tested positive for COVID this afternoon. We apologize for the inconvenience this will cause to ticket holders, but the safety of our audience, cast and crew remains our top priority. All tickets for the canceled show will be refunded at the original point of purchase“.
It is currently unclear how the actor contracted COVID-19and its conditions are unknown, but a previous performance of the show had already been canceled after that another cast member tested positive. For Craig, therefore, the misfortune linked to the covid seems to start again, which as you know had already harassed the distribution of the last chapter of his James Bond saga, No Time to Die, postponed numerous times due to the pandemic and left two years late.
In the meantime, according to reports from the producers of the 007 film franchise, in the course of 2022 the next James Bond will be announced that will take over from Daniel Craig.