Daniel Craig influences James Bond scripts
Daniel Craig likes to be involved in the writing of the James Bond scripts.
The 47-year-old actor - who is about to return to the big screen for the new Bond movie 'Spectre' - has revealed he likes to have some input into the writing, even if he ends up upsetting some people in the process.
When asked how involved he gets with the scripts, Daniel replied: "As much as I possibly can without treading on toes, although you have to offend some people sometimes to move on."
Daniel explained that when he was first offered the part of the iconic secret agent in 2005, he was determined to make the role his own by adding his own jokes.
Speaking to DuJour magazine, Daniel said: "When I first started, they offered me a blank page, really, and what that means is I was allowed to add my own bits. I wanted there to be gags, and I wanted there to be funny bits, but I wanted them to come from a fresh place."
As the films progressed, Daniel grew in confidence, and didn't just want to make sure his character's script was humorous - he even wanted to be involved with the choosing of the director.
He said: "I wanted desperately for Sam Mendes to do this movie, but at the time he had other commitments. I said he's got to do it. We started something with him on the last movie, the beginning of a relationship with a director I haven't had in a long time."