Daniel Craig insists 'No Time To Die' will be his final Bond

Yolanda Curtis
March 25, 2020

Daniel Craig has posed shirtless in his last ever James Bond interview for GQ Magazine.

"I don't think I would have been [okay] if I'd done the last film and that had been it".

Since taking on the role, Craig has had the longest tenure as James Bond, even if he nearly never did "No Time to Die", his fifth and final installment in the franchise.

We began discussing it and I went, 'There may be a story we have to complete here - something we began in Casino [Royale]. I was like, 'Is this work really genuinely worth this, this whole thing? I felt physically really low.


The movie's short-term cancelation might impact other services and item launches, such as the Omega time-piece business, that had actually remained in the middle of crafting a watch motivated by the brand-new movie.

The 59-year-old producer said the person who will be cast as the suave spy when Daniel Craig leaves the role after "Not Time to Die" can be of "any colour", but the makers are not considering giving a gender switch to the iconic fictional character.

'It's making my head go, "This is what it's going to be"'. "Come on!' I always say sorry".

"I have suffered because it's been like, 'I can't cope".


It was announced last week that, due to the spread of coronavirus, the movie will now land in cinemas on 12 November. "I can't deal with this'". That didn't stop Craig from "sharing a scene" from the film, however. "How dare you? How dare you offer this to me?'" "I've kept my mouth shut before ... and I've regretted that I did".

On future acting roles, he added: "I'm pretty sure I can play just about anything". So Craig provided rather a cheesy, outrageous take on the flick throughout his talk on "Saturday Night Live". "I tried to make a speech and couldn't get it out".

That lifestyle is soon snatched away by a visit from old friend and Central Intelligence Agency agent Felix Leiter (played by Jeffrey Wright), who comes to ask for help rescuing a kidnapped scientist.

It will be released in United Kingdom cinemas on November 12.


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