On-screen character Daniel Craig has dropped indications that he may be ready for more movies in the hit James Bond establishment, yet hammered the $150 million pay check reports.
Amidst expanding theory about whether he will go up against another film in the prevalent establishment, Daniel gave his most grounded insight yet on Friday while talking at the New Yorker Festival, that he might not have any desire to turn his back to the establishment.
"I landed the best position on the planet doing Bond. The things I get the opportunity to do on a Bond motion picture and the sort of work it is, there's no other employment like it. If I somehow managed to quit doing it, simply say, I'd miss it appallingly," he said.
"It's a standout amongst the most exciting things as an on-screen character you can do. I cherish this employment. I receive a huge kick in return. Also, in the event that I can continue receiving a kick in return, I will," Daniel included.
The star rubbished late reports that he has been offered $150 million to sign on for two more Bond movies.
He said: "There's no discussion going on, everyone's slightly drained."
Reports at first surfaced that Daniel would stop the establishment after he expressed that he would "rather cut his wrists" than do another Bond film.
The performer, 48, who wore a peroxide haircut for his shooting responsibilities for the upcoming task Logan Lucky, likewise included that he delighted in playing the famous spy Bond.
"I like that broken some portion of him. That doing a task like that seriously affects your mind. That is fun," he said.