I don't do all my stunts in 007 films, says Daniel Craig
Daniel Craig has revealed that he prefers to take the backseat when it comes to James Bond's daring stunts. The 44-year-old actor made the revelation on the 'Jimmy Kimmel show.'
“I don’t do all my stunts—I’d be lying if I said that. But I like the fact that occasionally that you’ll see on screen that it’s my face and it’s me,’” the Daily Mail quoted him as telling the late night TV host.
“And I think audiences hopefully appreciate that. At least, I really hope they do,” he said. Craig also talked about the thrill of getting to drive the iconic Aston Martin DB5 but confessed he prefers to be driven by the professional on-set stunt drivers than handle the automobiles himself.
“On the movie I get taught to drive by these really great drivers,” he said. “Every time we do one I drive a bit, spin it around a bit but the biggest thrill is having a really good driver take you on a course. “I giggle like a girl the whole way around,” he said.
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