Daniel Craig Will Love To Die Than Play ‘Bond’ Again

By Susmita Bhattacharya | 2 years ago
Daniel Craig Will Love To Die Than Play ‘Bond’ Again

The most expensive installment from the “007” franchise is on the way to tear the theatre screens, something unexpected and astonishing updates came in the canvas. We hear Daniel Craig, the current secret agent of the franchise to utter some gloomy words.

After the completion of 4th film in a row, the smoking hot British actor expresses his earnest desire to retire from the character of James Bond. In a particular interview, the actor revealed his frustration for doing the overtly action flick in repeated times. Though the latest Bond film “Spectre” is around the corner, Craig urges to implant a new face in the pivotal role for the upcoming Bond adaptations.


The recent interview has dug out the probability of Craig being replaced from the role as he clearly mentioned he would rather “slash his own wrists” than play the part again. His expressions were unveiling the fact that he is too sucked up with the character of the secret agent to even discuss about the franchise in the coming one or two years.

Daniel’s journey, as James Bond, has been ventured in 2006 with the massive hit “Casino Royale”. Afterwards, respectively in 2008 and 2012, with two more portrayals in “Quantum of Solace” and “Skyfall”, the next couple of James Bond movies. The 47-year-old actor has viewed the pinnacle of his career graph.

But for now, he is so much exasperated by playing Bond four times, he did not even wanted to comment who should step into the shoes of the masculine secret agent next. But news reveals about the tight race between two dark horses Idris Elba and Damien Lewis to run for the pitch.

Interestingly, he did not forget to mention that if he is coming in the next film, it will be for money. So, as of now, we will see Craig as “007” for the last time in “Spectre” that will hit the big screen on October 26th in the UK.

Photo Source: 007.com

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