Daniel Craig says he has no intention of quitting James Bond after Spectre.
When asked about what he went through while filming “Spectre“, he shared, “I damaged my knee a third of the way through shooting and we shut down for two weeks while I went away for surgery”. Bond is clearly going for a dirty [martini] to impress his dining companion – it’s all very sensual.
At just over a minute long, this one is packed full of even more great action sequences as we see James Bond head engage in battle in a variety of worldwide locations, as he’s alone and on the hunt for Christoph Waltz’s mysterious villain. I don’t need any of his lifestyle.
A few days ago, it was rumored that Homeland star Damian Lewis was the top candidate to take the role, with the Sunday Mirror quoting a source as saying that the actor had the unofficial approval from producers.
When the Polish luxury brand Belvedere Vodka announced a deal with the Bond franchise for an undisclosed sum, his hitherto classic drink struck a chord. “I said, ‘We have to get Skyfall right.’ I felt a massive amount of pressure. I’ll keep going as long as I’m physically able”, Craig told the Mail on Sunday. But such is life. And I just need a break. “People want an answer and I don’t have one”.
James Bond Spectre 007 have its world premiere on 26 October 2015 in London and as a general release on the same day in Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Spectre hits theaters and IMAX on November. 6.
Aside from Bond barely escaping a collapsing building, the most intense moment in the Spectre trailer is when Bond meets his arch nemesis Franz Oberhauser, played by Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz.