However, Craig told the Mail on Sunday’s Event magazine that he is not ready to step away just yet – and he is contracted for one more film.
While we’ve seen a few behind-the-scenes footage of the Aston Martin DB10 before, this time we can hear what Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes have to say about the vehicle.
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Regarding the DB10, built specifically for the film, Craig describes the vehicle as feeling right and looking like a proper Bond auto. According to Pierce Brosnan, the 1990’s James Bond, Britain’s next secret agent – like all those before him – will be white.
Oberhauser: “And I thought you came here to die”. “Why did you come?” he coos at Bond – intercut with the image of Craig busting off shots at the character through what appears to be a pane of bulletproof glass.
Even though he’s only got three Bond movies under his belt with one due for release before the end of the year, the impact Daniel Craig’s made on Bond as a whole can’t be denied. Bond, of course, counters that response with, “Well, it’s all a matter of perspective”. After doing series of films for the franchise, Craig has hinted that “Spectre” might be his last. I’ll keep going as long as I’m physically able.
When the iconic James Bond music hits, one can’t help but turn their heads towards the screen as the greatest spy known to mankind comes out for yet another adventure. SPECTRE, which also stars Monica Bellucci, Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Andrew Scott and Dave Bautista, releases in United Kingdom on October 26.
The matte grey Aston Martin DB10 will be driven by James Bond and will feature in a high-octane chase scene with an orange Jaguar C-X75 which takes the villain role.