In an interview with English newspaper The Independent, (and then repeated in a completely different interview wit another paper,) Daniel Craig says he’ll keep on playing James Bond “until my joints go.”
“If people still want to see these movies I’ll keep doing them for as long as it takes, or until my knees go, whichever happens quicker!” said Craig.
“I do get more offers. Or at least I get to see more scripts. But they’re just as crap as they were before. There are only so many good scripts out there, genuinely. Somebody doesn’t suddenly give you a golden key that opens this door and all these scripts are sitting there, that nobody else has seen. You might get a better look in, but there’s still the work to do. I’m not the only actor out there and a director still needs convincing that they’d want me to be in their film.’ He then adds: ‘I wish there was a golden key to some cupboard with 10 good scripts in it.”
Craig was promoting the DVD release of “Defiance.” He will next be seen in Steven Speilberg’s “The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn.”