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September 10, 2013

The actor Daniel Craig has suggested that the secret to his successful marriage is a rule against taking anything technological into the bedroom.

The James Bond star, who wed the actress Rachel Weisz in a secret New York ceremony in 2011, said his wife had changed him for the better.

“I’m far happier than I’ve been for many years,” he said.

“I think finding the right person and being with the right person is probably the answer to most things.”

Offering what could be his recipe for marital bliss, he added: “There’s nothing technological allowed in the bedroom.

“If the iPad goes to bed, I mean, unless you’re watching porn on the internet, it’s a killer. We have a ban on it.”

Fighting against technological devices taking over one’s life “is a good fight to have, as far as I’m concerned,” he said.

The couple, who tend not to speak publicly about their relationship, will appear together on Broadway next month as an adulterous couple in Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal.

Craig, 45, will play the part of Robert, while Weisz, 43, will play his cheating wife Emma.

Craig dismissed the idea of himself and his wife as a “power couple,” however, insisting, “We just keep ourselves to ourselves.”

He also rejected the description of them as the world’s “hottest couple,” saying: “I think there are far hotter couples out there than Rachel and I – not putting Rachel down in any way, shape or form.”

Speaking of their decision to perform opposite each other on stage, he said they had wanted to do a play together for some time.

“It seemed like an obvious thing to do – if it feels stunty, it wasn’t,” he told the New York Times.

“We’re not exposing our marriage onstage.”

Weisz is Craig’s second wife after he was briefly married to the actress Fiona Loudon in his twenties.

It was hard to find love that offered “a kind of stability” that young, he suggested, adding: “It’s very hard to make it stick, especially if you’re an actor.”

Last year, Craig performed as 007 in a scene with the Queen as part of Danny Boyle’s opening ceremony for the London Olympics, an experience he described as “surreal.”

Praising the Queen’s acting skills, he said she “completely got it” and was even better than the actress Helen Mirren.

“She improvised,” he said. “She sat down at the desk and said, ‘Would you like me to pretend to be writing something?’ Took out a piece of paper. Did some business.”

He was, however, “probably a republican at heart”, he admitted.

“I probably want to abolish the monarchy deep down inside,” he said.

Despite being an accomplished performer with a string of blockbuster credits to his name, Craig admitted he was afraid of impromptu public speaking, saying: “I lose verbs.”

He also revealed he had stopped Googling himself and was far happier as a result. He had previously been kept up all night worrying about public opinion, before realising “you can’t win,” he said.


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August 26, 2013

Actor Daniel Craig has admitted he wants the next James Bond outing to recapture some of the spirit of the earlier movies.

Speaking to the website Vulture Craig – who will play the secret agent for the fourth time in the 24th Bond film – said he was keen for the film to remain ironic in order to avoid becoming a parody of itself.

‘Hopefully we’ll reclaim some of the old irony and make sure it doesn’t become pastiche,’ he explained.

“I can’t do shtick, I’m not very good at it. Unless it kind of suddenly makes sense. Does that make sense? I sometimes wish I hammed it up more but I just can’t do it very well so I don’t do it.’

The next Bond film – the follow-up to 2012?s mega-hit Skyfall – will once again be directed by Sam Mendes, who did a swift about turn after claiming he would not be back for 007?s 24th big screen outing.

Mendes had previously pulled out in order to focus on his theatre projects – which include the current West End production of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory – but has since said he is ‘looking forward’ to returning to the franchise.

‘I am very pleased that by giving me the time I need to honour all my theatre commitments, the producers have made it possible for me to direct Bond 24,’ he added.

‘I very much look forward to taking up the reins again, and to working with Daniel Craig, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli for a second time.’

Craig will begin work on the film after he has finished his stint on Broadway opposite wife Rachel Weisz in the Harold Pinter play Betrayal.

The movie, which is due for release on October 23 2015, will have a hard act to follow given the success of Skyfall – which is the only movie ever to take more than £100m at the UK box office.