Two of the men who’ve portrayed James Bond on film have joined forces in the name of charity. A new mocumentary-style comedic short stars current Bond actor Daniel Craig alongside Roger Moore, who played 007 between 1973 and 1985.
The premise is simple: Despite being a symbol of masculinity, neither Craig nor Moore’s actual voices were used in their respective films. In addition to Craig and Moore, the sketch features Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, and Naomie Harris, who are set to star alongside Craig in the forthcoming Bond film Spectre, as well as director Sam Mendes. It was released for UK’s Red Nose Day celebration, a biennial telethon raising money for the poor and disadvantaged.