Daniel Craig in the filming of the final scene as James Bond: I tried to deliver a speech and I couldn't get it out

' No time to die 'will be an actor Daniel Craig The fifth and final appearance as the fictional British spy James Bond and the star said filming the last scene of the film was an emotional moment. In an interview, the actor said it was difficult to say goodbye to the cast and crew of the film.

It was potentially a bit anti-climax, because they usually are. Actually, it was very emotional. The whole team approached and met outside. Everyone was hugging. I tried to make a speech and I couldn't get it. said Craig.

He also revealed the reason behind him saying yes to 'Casino Royale', his first movie as 007.

I was completely ready to say: 'That's the way I see Bond. You do not like? Fair enough'. One of the main reasons why I did 'Casino Royale' is the line, 'A vodka martini , Please.' Agitated or scrambled? My answer was written in the script as: Do I seem to give a damn? And that is. That is the reason why I did it.

Because what I could not do, and what I refused to do, was to repeat what had happened before. What was the crap point? So I would rather have done one and say 'OK, swing and a lady. There you go. I tried my best, he said.

After the success of the 2006 film, Craig repeated the role of the soft spy in 'Quantum of Solace' 2008, 2012 ' Skyfall 'and' Specter 'of 2015.

'No Time To Die', directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, will hit theaters on April 8, 2020.