According to the commentary by director Spike Jonze , some extras sneaked beer onto the set and got pleasantly plastered. This isn't so surprising when you consider that this is the man who helped bring Jackass to our screens, so we already know that he revels in the pain of others. Craig said he realized right away that the moment would draw comparisons to Andress, but he didn't think that he "would be haunted by it for the rest of my life. It helped us empathize with the actor, not to mention that the moment was also very much in line with the absurd humor of the screenplay how did the guy even know it was Malkovich? But the main effect was on Daniel Craig's career: But it worked beautifully; rather than being a scene about how angry John Malkovich is at the main character, it became a scene about how his life is falling apart around him. At the beginning of Casino Royale, the first James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig, travels to the Bahamas to get information from a lackey of Le Chiffre, the main villain. The scene called for cars to just drive past Malkovich as he angrily walks away; however, one of the extras forgot that he wasn't a jock in an '80s high school comedy and yelled out "Hey Malkovich, think fast! Continue Reading Below Advertisement The image of Craig stepping out of the water ended up being plastered all over the promotional material for the film, with many people assuming that it was a nod to Ursula Andress emerging from the beach in the first Bond movie ever, Dr. After leaving that place, Malkovich quite understandably freaks out and threatens Schwartz with litigation if he doesn't stop renting out his brain to strangers, storming off along the shoulder of the New Jersey turnpike. Craig's top floated off, apparently. And it's all due to a sandbank. She was supposed to be the sexy one there, but that's not how it turned out And how did Malkovich fit into that dress? In Being John Malkovich, a puppeteer called Craig Schwartz John Cusack finds a portal to actor John Malkovich's head and starts charging people to take the guy for a spin for 15 minutes.