Daniel Craig, whose film No Time to Die just came out, reveals his choice on the bars he wants to go to. It’s oddly specific, but the actor has a good reason behind his choice. His latest film is also his fifth and final venture into the world of the British spy James Bond. Now that the actor is away from Her Majesty’s Secret Service, he has shared where he likes to spend his time.
No Time to Die has become a box office hit, crossing several milestones and has been labeled as the perfect last storm for Craig. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the film stars Danielle along with a talented cast of Rami Malek, Lee Seydoux, Ana de Armas, Ralph Fiennes and many more.
Although Daniel Craig delivers as many kicks as James Bond, he is the polar opposite in real life and tries to avoid any sort of confrontation. Recently, the actor spoke to SiriusXM and revealed that he’s been going to gay bars for years to avoid “aggressive d*ck-swinging at hetero bars.”
Daniel Craig said, “I’ve been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember.” “One reason, because I don’t often get into fights in gay bars… is because of the aggressive d*ck swinging at hetero bars, I just got so sick of[it],” he said.
The ‘Knives Out’ actor continued, “As a kid because it was like… I don’t want to end up eating at Punch Up. And I did. It must have happened a lot. And that would be a good place to go. Everyone was chill, everybody.” NS actor, who is married to Rachel Weisz, also said that when he was younger he loved going to gay bars because it was an easy way to pick on women.
“You didn’t really have to state your sexuality. It was fine. And it was a very safe place,” Daniel Craig said. “And I could meet girls there, because there are so many girls out there, for exactly the same reason I was there. It was kind of… an ulterior motive.”