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He is a descendant of Sir William Burnaby, 1st Baronet (c. But if you are going to do stuff then you should be getting strong reactions. Although the stunt team did fantastic work to make sure that everything was as safe as possible, if you don't get bruised playing Bond, you're not doing it properly. magazine, 11/27/06, on on being approached to take over the James Bond character] [Pierce Brosnan] and I had a few drinks over it and we discussed it. "--which I think is the best advice I could've gotten. But when this guy takes his shirt off, he should look like he could kill someone. [on product placement and the controversy over 007: Skyfall (2012) featuring of Heineken and not a martini] Now, product placement, whichever way you look at it, whether you like it or you think it's disgusting, or whatever, it's what it is. There are strong people on this planet, but it's all the swan technique: it looks beautiful on top and the legs are going like this, underneath, you know? [on the evolution of James Bond in his movies] Sexual politics has come a long way since '62, unless you want us slapping ladies on the ass and telling them to go and wait in the other room because the men are talking and that kind of stuff. [on whether to continue to portraying James Bond after 007: Spectre (2015)] I'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists. 1710-1776), a naval officer, and of Huguenot minister Daniel Chamier (1564-1621). I don't want audiences to be going, 'Yeah, that's all right.' [Time Out London interview, 7 October 2015, answering "Do you want to move on from Bond for good? For at least a year or two, I just dont want to think about it. I had black eyes, I had cuts, I was bruised, I had muscle strains, and I took a lot of painkillers. As much as I was hurt, the stuntmen were in much more pain. What bothered me was that I was being criticized before I had done the work. I know a lot of people feel very passionate about the Bond movies, but so do I, so I just got on with it. [on preparing for his second James Bond performance] Last time I did a lot of weights to bulk up. [on first hearing he had the role of James Bond) When [Bond producer Barbara Broccoli] rang me to tell me I'd got the part, I was buying dishwashing tablets in Whole Foods. Bond remains a little bit of a chauvinist, which I think is good, because it means if you stick strong women in front of him, then shit happens. The fact is he could die in any minute, and therefore he might as well jump into bed with somebody. Craig's reserved demeanor and his avoidance of the showbiz-party-red-carpet milieu makes him a cool 007. but I say, "No, it wasn't really; that was some of the easier stuff to do", because it was always clear and made a lot of sense. If I did another Bond movie, it would only be for the money. I had a confidence about it but then that's because of the people around me who made me feel good about it. [interview in Entertainment Weekly magazine] They [diehard James Bond fans] hate me. Of course I am always going to think about whether it is going to limit what I do. 'Bond's new drink is a Heineken.' He likes a lot of drinks-Heineken, champagne; it's all in there. It's getting harder I will admit, but such is life. [on how he looks upon his icon shot of 007: Casino Royale (2006) where he walks out of the water] I don't look at it, weeping, going "Wasn't I beautiful! I've been working so hard, for however long it is I've been doing this, to try and stick to doing stuff I totally believe in and that would be wiped out. It's still a constant struggle, they always say you're an addict and you can never actually stop being a smoker.He is the first blond actor to play Bond, and also the first to be born after the start of the film series, and also the first to be born after the death of author Ian Fleming in 1964. People always say, "That stuff you did in Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon (1998) must have been difficult . It's when things are unclear and when you don't know what you're doing--that's when things are difficult. I plan for it not to, but if it does, I'll approach that problem when it comes. I'll drink a beer in the shot, I'm happy to, but I'm not going to do an 'Ahhhhh' [pantomiming an actor looking refreshed]. I always had a master plan in the back of my head that with the third movie - if I ever got there - it would be time to take the gloves off and bring the gags back in'. " Everything like that has been a voyage of discovery. I thought, God, this is all right: I'm doing what I want to do. It's a horrible thing, it's a real addiction, very difficult.His interest in acting was encouraged by visits to the Liverpool Everyman Theatre arranged by his mother.From the age of 6, Craig started acting in school plays, making his debut in the Frodsham Primary School production of "Oliver!It’s made her see him in a whole other light – and not a particularly good one.She hopes this time away from one another is what they need to get their relationship back on track.” The tabloid’s report is fairly ridiculous.
He graduated in 1991, after a three-year course under the tutelage of Colin Mc Cormack, the actor from the Royal Shakespeare Company. I know that how Bond wears a suit and walks into a room is important.
His film career continued on television, notably the BBC2 serial Our Friends in the North (1996). [Time Out London interview, 7 October 2015, answering "Playing James Bond is a lot about how you look the clothes, the walk, the fitness. I thought, God, this is all right: I'm doing what I want to do. I just wanted to see him [James Bond] make a few mistakes.
He shot to international fame after playing supporting roles in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) and Teekond hukatusse (2002). Handguns are used to shoot people and as long as they are around, people will shoot each other. I want to make the audience believe that it's all going to go wrong and then when it goes right it's much more exciting.
In 2018, a widely reported mathematical calculation of beauty deriving from Ancient Greece concluded that Craig was the least handsome actor to have played James Bond in the long-running film series because of his very thin lips, bulbous nose and wide face. I wasn't going to get into an argument with these people, so my only response was, 'See the movie and then you have the right to criticize, but first see what I am trying to do.' It strengthened my resolve. What I tried to achieve was just making a movie people will want to go and see, and I think we have made a great movie. I promptly dropped them and went and bought a bottle of vodka! Pierce used to say that it's like being responsible for a small country. [on being asked to perform with Queen Elizabeth at the opening of the 2010 Olympics] My first reaction was 'How many people will be watching?
The first Bond, Sean Connery, was calculated to be the most handsome according to the formula. One of the things I was criticized for was that I looked like a bad guy, but I was happy with that because I think true good guys have to step into the dark side to do their job. He was bad, sexy, animalistic and stylish, and it is because of him I am here today. [on-set interview with David Giammarco, The Globe and Mail, 3/27/06] I got a personal trainer for 007: Casino Royale (2006), which has been an absolute godsend. [on the delayed sequel to 007: Veidi lohutust (2008)] The new Bond movie is on hold but I am champing at the bit to get going on it as quickly as possible. You filmed it for us and showed us the placenta and now you want some privacy? I don't think they were that badly off to begin with but now look at them. [on how the character of James Bond has matured over time] What I'm doing is not what Pierce was doing, and Pierce wasn't doing what Roger Moore was doing, or what Sean was doing, or what Timothy [Dalton] was doing. It's kind of like you have to look after it diplomatically. It's amazing how many times I've sat in interviews like this in a bar or a hotel, and it's 11 o'clock in the morning and someone sends a martini over [laughing].