Daniel Craig has opened up about what kind of James Bond he will tackle this time in “Skyfall”.
The 44-year-old British actor shared that in the 23rd movie, agent 007 will be much “softer” than the one he portrayed in both 2006’s “Casino Royale” and 2008’s “Quantum of Solace”. Speaking to MTV News in a recent on-set interview, Craig said of his character, “He’s much softer and nicer now. It’s just different...hopefully; it’s different again from that ‘Casino Royale’.” The blue-eyed thesp went on explaining, “He was a story to telling ‘Quantum’ that we had to finish off and round off. He was hurt and broken-hearted; he’s not so broken-hearted. He’s on the mend; he’s feeling much better.” Instead of seeing Bond as a heroic man, Craig branded the flamboyant spy a “flawed character.”  He said, “His attitude towards women and his attitude towards the world is very dubious, but I think that’s interesting, and I think if you throw him into a situation with really strong characters and you watch them battle it out, then I think it just makes for interesting watching.” The husband of Oscar winner Rachel Weisz also explained that Bond’s relationship with Judi Dench’s M is “a very important part of the film.”                            –AS