Daniel Craig, who will leave his role as James Bond following the release of 'No Time To Die,' says his job as the legendary spy means "everything" to him. Due of the Covid-19 outbreak, 'No Time To Die' has been delayed several times, and Craig said it is "extremely painful" for him to say goodbye to the famous character.
"It's everything," Craig remarked. "Doing these films has taken up about 16 years of my life, and it's been amazing." Bond movies aren't created very often, so having this chance has been the most important thing in my professional career, as well as one of the most important things in my life, so it's extremely emotional. I'm pleased it's coming to an end on my terms - thanks to the producers for letting me do that - but I'll miss it."
"I'll definitely be extremely bitter when the next guy takes over," the actor said. According to rumours in the media, Craig stated that the narrative of the film is still "shrouded in mystery." "It's cloaked in mystery because we've been delayed for so long and we were afraid about it getting out so we locked it down," he said on The Graham Norton Show. We haven't shown it to anyone yet, but we are certain that it is excellent, and we want people to see it at the theatre.