The actor has also been under pressure as to who he thinks should take over
Daniel Craig has shared some edgy advice for his successor in the form of James Bond.
The actor recently made his final bow as the iconic detective. no time to dieNow, speculations are rife as to who will play the role.
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While the search for the next 007 is not set to begin until next year, as producer Barbara Broccoli recently told BBC Radio 4. Today On the show, Craig was asked what advice he would give to the next star.
“There are a few things I’d say, but I mean, there’s one: don’t give a shit,” Craig told Kevin Hart on the SiriusXM show straight from the heart.
“I would say you have to hold onto it and make it your own. I think that is the way forward,” he said.
“I mean, I committed myself to it as much as I could and tried to level it up as much as I could. I hope I left it in a good place and I hope the next person can fly it It’s an amazing franchise, I still think there are so many stories to tell.”
Craig was also examined as to who he thinks he’ll take, replying: “It’s not my problem. I’ve got enough on my plate without even realizing it. It’s a brain ache. I don’t need it.”
“Whoever it is, you know what, they’ll find someone fabulous and that’s going to be great. And I’ll be front and center. I’ll be in the front seat of the cinema with my popcorn and a drink because I can’t wait.”
no time to die Debuting in theaters a few weeks ago, the film has garnered critical acclaim and garnered the UK’s biggest box office opening day during the pandemic.
While the identity of the next 007 is yet to be announced, one star who has ruled himself out is Idris Elba, who recently confirmed: “No, I’m not going to be James Bond.”
However, when asked if he would like to take on the role, the star admitted: “Who wouldn’t?”
“This is a sign of the time when we can stop talking about black, white and color,” he added of the possibility of there being a black bond.