Daniel Craig has to be Bond all the time, especially as we wait for the latest installment, Spectre, to hit cinemas. In an interview with Entertainment Weeklyearlier this week, he was asked how much longer he may play the 007 character that has taken up so much of his time and life:
"I can't give you an honest answer at this point. It's not that I'm trying to play hard to get. I've just given it no thought whatsoever This movie has taken up two years of my life. And I just need a break. I need to get back to normal life. I need to reintroduce myself to my family who are not best pleased with me. The idea of planning ahead -- I'm not trying to be coy. People want an answer and I don't have one."
But producer Barbara Broccoli says we'll be seeing Craig for a while, if she has anything to say about it, tellingEW in May:
"Daniel has reinvigorated this character He's made it contemporary, given it depth and resonance and humanity. The part is his. He's so great and attracts so many people who want to work with him like Christoph and Lea, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw."
Spectre finally arrives in theaters November 6. Watch the final trailer below: