James Bond: Daniel Craig confesses his worst Bond movie It was a s**t show

James Bond appears in dramatic car chase in Quantum of Solace

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Since he made his 2006 debut in Casino Royale, the actor has made the iconic role truly his own. Craig also attempted to do something no previous incarnation of the British superspy had. In the past few weeks, he has given a series of interviews confirming that he had unprecedented involvement in developing one continuous story arc for Bond across five films. However, looking back, he feels one movie, in particular, was a misfire.

Spectre is currently the lowest-rated Craig Bond film but it is not the one he is most concerned about. Talking to the Empire film podcast he revealed it was his sophomore effort that he struggled with, after having such a fulfilling experience with his debut on Casino Royale.

Craig said: “I remember [shooting Casino Royale] with massive fondness. And all this other sh*t was going on around it, which was meaningless at the time because I knew we had a good film, I knew ‘Casino’ was good. You kind of go ‘Wait and see, it’s going to be great, don’t worry'”

Casino Royale was a huge critical and commercial success, and remains the highest-rated of Craig’s Bond movies. But the star admitted that once he fully shouldered the knowledge that he carried the future of the franchise, it overwhelmed him.

Craig said: “I would sort of yearn for the person I was when I did Casino. Too much knowledge sometimes is not a good thing.

“I was sort of in the dark about a lot of things, about how things worked, the mechanics of it. How the world really viewed Bond, all of those things I was just didn’t understand them. Then I started to understand them, the weight of it sort of bore down.”

Craig said: “The trouble with Quantum of Solace, it was a bit of a sh*t-show, to say the least, the full weight of it was there I kind of think that made me probably lock up.

“Thankfully, for me, it’s been about loosening it and loosening it and trying to get back to that feeling of Casino, which was ‘It’s James Bond, come on, enjoy yourself. Let’s have a good time.'”

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