James Bond is renowned for getting a lot of welcomed attention from the female of the species, but it seems that in new movie 'Skyfall' the star faced a bit of a role reversal when engaging with new villain Raoul Silva.
According to The Metro, the British actor revealed that while going man to man with Silva, things got a little flirty as the villain stroked Bond's chest.
Craig said: "Someone suggested Silva may be gay. And I’m like, I think he’ll f*** anything!".
Javier Bardem, who plays Silva said he enjoyed turning the tables on Craig, saying: "It was about putting the other person in a very uncomfortable situation where even James Bond doesn’t know how to get out of it."
Craig, 44 hopes that the next Bond film won't be long in the making, unlike the four-year delay between previous film 'Quantum Of Solace' and 'Skyfall', which hits cinemas next week.
The 007 star said: "I think they’d like to speed up the timetable. As long as we’ve got the script and we’re ready to go, there’s no reason why we can’t start shooting."
The new movie has gained good early reviews, with many suggesting that the film could be the best Bond for a while, and if the Sam Mendes directed film is a success it would certainly smooth the way for Craig's next outing to be sooner rather than later.
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