I have updated the gallery with scans of the full feature of Spectre in the October 2015 issue of Total Film.
This James Bond just wants to drink his martini, shaken, not stirred, in peace.
Set to resume his role of iconic British superspy 007 in “Spectre” this November, actor Daniel Craig admits it’s difficult to be stealthy anytime he wants to grab a drink.
And frankly, that bothers him, seemingly more than any maniacal supervillain ever could.
“I’ll do autographs all day long, and I’ll even do a picture at the end of the evening,” Craig said in an interview with film director Martin McDough for DuJour magazine. “But if I’m being photographed all night long in a bar, that pisses me off.”
Craig, who appears on the cover of DuJour’s Fall issue, has found himself smackdab in the middle of the public spotlight ever since he was cast as Bond in the 2006 blockbuster “Casino Royale.”
Two enormous films later, and with another one on the way, Craig has emerged as one of the industry’s biggest superstars. But that hasn’t made him superhuman.
The 47-year-old actor confessed he still gets a little nervous when he performs his own stunts, especially after injuring himself during a recent filming.
“There was this part where I’d f– up my knee halfway through shooting, which curtailed a lot of the serious action stuff,” Craig said. “I’m so f— gung ho about wanting to do every stunt I can, I had to ask ‘What can I do, and what can’t I do?'”
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