Daniel Craig revealed in a recent interview that he really wanted to play Superman as a child, not James Bond, which isn't that surprising. The two have a daughter, one, and he is stepdad to her son, Henry. Although quite amusing. I think Craig unfortunately lost the pot on the superhero front, but he at least played a cowboy in the 2011 movie.
The James Bond actor Daniel Craig told a leading entertainment portal that his philosophy is to live a large life and to get rid of his money or give it away to charity before he passes away.
No Time To Die stars Daniel Craig (James Bond), Ralph Fiennes (M), Naomie Harris (Moneypenny), Rory Kinnear (Tanner), Léa Seydoux (Madeleine Swann), Ben Whishaw (Q), Jeffrey Wright (Felix Leiter) and Christoph Waltz (Blofeld), while new additions include Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049), Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel), Billy Magnussen (Velvet Buzzsaw), Dali Benssalah (A Faithful Man) and David Dencik (Top of the Lake).
Back in 2008, Craig paid $4.7 million for an apartment in an old converted house in the Primrose Hill area of London.
Daniels' wife Rachel Weisz took a supporting recently in Marvel's Black Widow as Melina Vostokoff aka Iron Maiden and starred alongside Keanu Reeves in the comic book flick Constantine, based on the DC Comics book Hellblazer.
However, when asked if he had ever envisioned playing the MI6 agent during make-believe games in his youth, he confessed Bond was never on his radar as he was into comic book superheroes.
"I dreamed of being all kinds of other things: Superman, Spider-Man, the Invisible Man, even a good old-fashioned cowboy".
That said, I always dreamed of playing James Bond as a child rather than Superman. Playing Bond had no disadvantages. He said that preparing to play one of the most famous characters in modern cinema without seeing the scripts first caused him to have anxiety. And that's why it has been five years'.
It was revealed a few weeks ago that the next James Bond movie, No Time To Die, had been delayed due to the Coronavirus.