Published Sep 30, 2015This November, Daniel Craig will kick ass and smooch pretty ladies one more time as James Bond in Spectre. The film marks his fourth time taking on the role of 007, but the actor has revealed that he doesn't want to stop any time soon.
Speaking with the Daily Mail, he explained that some aspects of the films are better now as he has more people to do his stunts for him. "It's getting easier because I'm doing less [stunt work]," he admitted with a laugh. "I've got so many good doubles."
Craig will play Bond at least one more time, though he hopes it doesn't stop there. "I work myself to death," he said of getting in shape for the role. "It's getting harder. But such is life. I'll keep going as long as I'm physically able." "I'm contracted for one more – but I'm not going to make predictions," he continued. "These movies don't get made very often. It's just the fourth time for me, a spit in the ocean."
If Craig keeps playing Bond for a while, that'll just mean more impassioned debate about who should be his Bond successor. Many fans have their hopes that Homeland's Damian Lewis will take over, while others were involved in an impassioned (and racially charged) debate about Idris Elba's shot at the role.
Spectre arrives on November 6.