‘Skyfall’ Star Daniel Craig on Bond Fandom: ‘There Are Too Many Voices to Make Any Sense Of’



Daniel Craig doesn’t miss a beat when asked what drives him to make more James Bond films. For the Skyfall star, it’s all about the fans. “That’s why we do them. Without them we’re nothing.”

Craig has been steadily working for nearly 20 years, but became well-known to audiences when he starred in the 2006’s 007 reboot Casino Royale. Taking on the iconic character made him a star, and the higher profile comes with both the warm reception of diehard fans and booming voices of naysayers. As Craig puts it, “There are too many voices to make any sense of.”

Skyfall takes James Bond in a whole new direction. Hollywood.com had a chance to sit down with Craig to discuss reapproaching the character, and how 007’s arc may even relate to his own life. As MI-6 is picked apart by the wizardry of Internet masterminds, so is every star in Hollywood.

Check out the interview below and watch for Skyfall which hits theaters this Friday, Nov. 9:

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