Daniel Craig appeared to be making the most of filming the latest James Bond flick on location in Jamaica as he reclined on a luxury sail boat as his hunky body double got to work on land.
The 51-year-old actor looked the image of relaxation as he climbed on board a custom built Spirit Yacht along with several crew members on Wednesday.
While Daniel was at sea his strapping 007 stunt double Jean-Charles Rosseau worked up a sweat as he was seen taking direction for his scenes back at shore.
Rosseau, who is said to be around 20 years younger than Craig, was sporting some very short shorts and a life jacket over his shoulders in some of the shots.
After a quick costume change he re-emerged in boat shoes and a pink shirt with a plunging neckline.
Yesterday, Rousseau stepped in for some of Craig’s more dangerous scenes behind the wheel of a Land Rover.
In the past the French stunt-man has doubled up for Jason Bourne, Paul Walker in Fast and Furious 6 and performed stunts for Mission Impossible 6.
And this isn’t the first time Rousseau has worked with Craig either, he performed daring stunts for Spectre (2015) too.
Day two of filming Craig’s fifth and final Bond saw the crew filming just off the coast of Jamaica.
The latest movie, currently known as Bond 25, sees the spy retired from active service and living in the Carribean.
At a press conference last week movie bosses revealed filming will also take place in Italy, Norway and London.
As filming gets underway there’s been no sign yet of villain Rami Malek.
Following his Oscar-winning appearance in Bohemian Rhapsody, Malek was revealed as Bond’s new arch nemsis.
It was revealed he will play “a mysterious villain with new and dangerous technology.”
And Malek promised fans he won’t be giving Craig an easy time.
As his role was confirmed he said: “I’m very much looking forward to joining the cast and crew very soon, I will be making sure that Bond does not have an easy ride of it in his 25th outing.”
Malek joins Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch and Game Night actor Billy Magnussen as part of the new cast, director Cary Joji Fukunaga confirmed ahead of the movie’s April 2020 release.
Fukunaga also confirmed that Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Wright would reprise their roles in the series.