Daniel Craig shares a "true horror story" from his teenage years on stage
Daniel Craig's final appearance as fictional James Bond super-spy on "No Time To Die" may be getting good reviews, but the British actor recalls a period when his acting was not so much appreciated.
In an interview with The Guardian published Friday, film director Rian Johnson urged Craig to recall " the worst experience you've ever had while performing on stage. It gives us a real horror story, " Johnson urged.
Craig recalls being "bombarded" with candy while performing on stage in Newcastle, in northern England.
"We do three shows a week day and were just school buses for children who do not like to see" Romeo and Zhuljetën " he recalled." They had bags karamlele and continuously cast on stage. ''
Craig said he found the solution for the flying sweets.
"Eventually I got so tired that I started eating them, an action that got a lot of applause," Craig concluded.