Daniel Craig Walks Into A Bar… Our Five Favorite Celebrity Interviews
From Brad Pitt to Mario Andretti, Watchonista has been fortunate enough to “talk time” with a host of celebrities.
In a world consumed with social media and celebrity gossip, it's a rare treat to spot a celebrity in the wild, let alone interact with them one-on-one. Luckily, at Watchonista, thanks to several gracious brands and considerate PR teams, we've been able to sit down with various celebrities over the years. From Formula One Champions to Oscar-winning thespians, our interviews with these world-renowned stars are necessary reading. Here are five of our favorite celebrity interviews.
On the day of Omega’s Seamaster 007 launch and the debut of the first No Time to Die trailer, Watchonista participated in a roundtable discussion with Daniel Craig. While talking about how this perfectly matched collaboration came to be, it was incredibly refreshing to realize that Daniel Craig was like us despite being the famous fictional British spy. He’s very down to earth, yet dapper, with a touch of humor.
The Academy Award winner is one of Hollywood’s most famous leading men and one of the planet’s most recognizable people. Well into his multidecade career, Pitt still draws global audiences to theaters. 2019 saw the release of two critically acclaimed films, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and Ad Astra. Pitt made one last media appearance on the final leg of his press tour before taking a well-deserved break.
Watchonista had the opportunity to sit down with F1 legend, and now seven-time Formula One Champion Lewis Hamilton. We discussed racing, watches, and how he keeps consistency on-track and off. Hamilton also shared the story of his first nice watch, a $20 watch he bought while in high school.
During his appearance at the Indy 500, we sat down with Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth. As someone who's played an F1 driver (James Hunt) and an official Avenger, Hemsworth had various anecdotes about time and life in Tinseltown.
The Andretti name is synonymous with speed. Watchonista had the chance to sit down with the patriarch of the Andretti family, Mario Andretti. An Italian-born American racer who's made a career at every echelon of motor racing. From being the 1978 F1 World Champion to winning the Indy 500, nothing is stopping the now 80-year-old racer.