The James Bond star hopes his character is not as sexist and misogynistic as the older portrayals.
Daniel Craig recently gave an interview in the British Esquire. The British actor revealed this may be the last time he will portray James Bond. Craig is undecided when it comes to playing Bond again after Spectre.
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The actor stated at the moment he honestly cannot conceive playing Bond again. Craig also shared at the moment he will focus on his life rather than playing Bond again.
In the interview Craig commented on the delicate balance between the character and present day. According to Craig the world has changed since the first Bond film came out.
He has a hard time trying to maintain the essence of 007 and the present world ethics. Craig also acknowledged the character of Bond on the other hand hasn’t changed much.
Craig commented he hopes his character is not as ‘Sexist’ and ‘Misogynistic’ as the previous Bonds. Craig stated he is clearly not the type of person Bond is. So how does Craig portray the character?
By doing his very best and making the ladies feel good in the films. The upcoming 007 film will be the fourth Bond film for Daniel Craig. Craig feels the character is filled with great sadness.
Even though Bond seems to live in the moment with a bevy of women he is very lonely. The story of Bond might be a nice fantasy but in reality it’s sad.
Craig also shared how he has grown to be more comfortable with the role. Craig initially thought the character was rigid. But then he stopped thinking about other people’s perception.
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Now Craig only feels like doing what he thinks James Bond does. The film Spectre will open in the cinema on the 6th of November.