Daniel Craig finds it harder to strip off in Bond movies
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Actor Daniel Craig says it is getting "harder and harder" to do nude scenes in the James Bond movies as he gets older.
The 44-year-old actor, who is returning for his third film as the iconic British spy in 'Skyfall', admitted he has "fun" taking his clothes off while portraying the secret agent and hopes it adds some "sexiness" to the 007 film franchise, reported the Evening Standard.
"I don't actually read those bits. I don't care how many times I have to do it. It's going to be harder and harder the older I get. It's just fun. There's enough sexiness in the movie with the girls - and hopefully me as well - but it's a little bit of a gag now," said Craig.
He stars opposite Javier Bardem in 'Skyfall' and while he admitted there was no free time to spend with the 43-year-old star - who portrays latest Bond villain Raoul Silva – during filming, he is keen to watch a game of rugby with the 'No Country For Old Men' actor when they get a chance.
"There's just no time [to hang out], unfortunately. I'm on set every day. I wish we had more time. But we have a long year ahead of us, so hopefully we'll see each other in a more chilled state," he said.
Craig admitted Bardem has put in a "superb" performance as Raoul thanks to his knowledge of how a successful Bond villain should act.
"Well, Javier is a brilliant actor, so that's taken care of. He knows what a Bond villain is and he's given it everything he's got, which is a lot, let me tell you."
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