James Bond was licensed to kill and be killed. He is often seen with a variety gadgets and gizmos. It has been often the most recent smartphone that Bond is seen with in recent films. Bond may text, but he doesn’t seem to be a big fan of social media. We certainly don’t see Bond checking in with friends on Facebook such as Honey Rider, Sylvia Trench or Pussy Galore – and Bond never tweeted about Ernst Stavro Blofeld or Spectre.
It appears that Daniel Craig, who has been playing Bond since 2006’s, is now dead. Casino RoyaleEven less interest has been shown by her in social media. In an interview with Sorted magazine, the actor aged 53 stated that “I can categorically say that I won’t be going to social media ever in my lifetime.”
In other words, it may be just as difficult to find Craig on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram as it was to follow the Bond movies’ plots. By avoiding social media, Craig said he is simply trying to keep a low profile – unlike the suave superspy he portrays on the big screen.
Craig said, “It’s no that I dislike people.” Craig said, “It’s not that I dislike people.” I don’t understand why people want me to talk to them or get me out with them. I am relatively boring and like my own space.
Craig says that Craig isn’t like many celebrities who are active on social media and vocal. Craig maintains that he is not the type to be a celebrity friend or court publicity.
The Wirral-born actor actor said, “I prefer to keep my close friends that I have and had for some time.” “All jobs have their perks, but mine is one that people know about. I also have a very public appearance.”
Craig has successfully expanded his filmography, but he will always be remembered for his role as 007. He wasn’t as well-known as Bond, unlike his predecessors like Pierce Brosnan, Roger Moore and Timothy Dalton. Filming was in progress Casino RoyaleThere were numerous Internet campaigns encouraging Bond fans to boycott this movie. This could have an impact on his privacy decision.
Scott Steinberg, a brand marketing and social media expert, stated that “work-life balance” is important for anyone. Privacy is often overlooked in today’s celebrity-driven society. It’s not surprising that he would like a little more privacy.
However, not every celebrity may have the luxury of tuning out – or in this case never tuning in to – social media.
Roger Entner, a technology analyst at Recon Analytics, stated that social media backlash is a problem for an actor like Daniel Craig, especially when he’s not on the topic.
“If he doesn’t hear it, did it really occur? Entner cited David Chappelle as another example. Entner stated that the waves of criticism directed at him were like thunderous waves against a light tower, leaving him largely unmoved.
Yet, for those actors and comedians coming up today – those who haven’t reached true “celebrity” status, they may have to maintain a presence on social media.
Social media can make anyone into somebody, no matter how small the celebrity. Entner stated that these minor celebrities can be made or broken by the opinions and approval of the most vocal members of the social-media community.
Steinberg said that most celebrities can’t live with out social media. “It’s an essential way to connect with and engage with your fan base, and also to energize this base. Social media is increasingly used to measure your success. But when you’re a big star and are on the cover of magazines and have a blockbuster film – like Craig – social media can be more muted.”