Daniel Craig faces gay kiss initiation for SNL

James Bond actor will host long-running US comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live

Daniel Craig faces gay kiss initiation for SNL
06 October 2012

James Bond actor Daniel Craig is about to face his toughest challenge yet, guest-hosting long-running US comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live.

In a series of hilarious promos for this week’s episode, the ‘Skyfall’ star is seen getting intimate with cast member Taran Killam.

What Craig did not realize was that every host has to kiss the fifth newest member of the SNL cast, which happens to be Killam himself.

Sadly the sketch ends before we get to see it.

The British actor is currently promoting the 23rd James Bond movie Skyfall, which will be released in cinemas on 26 October.

The film’s release will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the series, which began with Dr. No in 1962.

Saturday Night Live will air tonight (6 October) and feature musical guest Muse.

Check out the SNL promo here:

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