Why Daniel Craig Decide To Stop Playing 007 James Bond

Why Daniel Craig Decide To Stop Playing 007 James Bond?

Was it Daniel Craig’s time to end as James Bond? Did his contract run out? The answer is no. The 53-year-old actor reveals why he is making his fifth and final appearance as James Bond. Continue on to learn why Daniel Craig will Stop playing James Bond

CelebnMovies247.com reports that Daniel Craig who can be seen in highly anticipated and long awaited ‘No Time To Die‘, reveals why he is stopping.

Craig, who has now overtaken the late Sir Roger Moore’s record as the longest-serving Bond with 15 years in the tuxedo, says that he’s sustained too many injuries as 007.

Daniel Craig said in an interview with Candis magazine:

I still do as many stunts as I can because I enjoy the physicality of it – I always have, even before Bond. But I have grown older and don’t bounce back as well as I did. I’ve hurt myself on every single Bond movie since I started; it’s just par for the course.

When pushed to confirm that ‘No Time To Die’ would be his last outing, he added:

It’s absolutely the last. It’s time for somebody else to have a go now.

Daniel Craig Talks About Injuries From James Bond Movies:

Some of Craig’s notable injuries include slicing off a fingertip filming 2008’s ‘Quantum of Solace’ and fracturing his ankle on ‘No Time To Die‘.

And then being able to be back on set in two weeks thanks to the skills of his surgeon.

Craig will be sad hand in his license to kill because there has been “no downside to playing Bond” as the whole experience portraying the suave spy has been a privilege.

The ‘Knives Out’ star said:

He has afforded me so many amazing things as an actor that I am extremely grateful to him and always will be. If I had any ambition as an actor, it was to work with the best people, and that is what I’ve been doing. Look, I’ve been lucky enough to land one of the best roles in movie history, and I decided that if it turned out to be the only thing I ever did, I’d be happy. There’s been no downside to playing Bond. None at all.