Daniel Craig 'terrified' after knee injury
Daniel Craig was "terrified" when he injured his knee on the set of 'SPECTRE'.
The James Bond star was filming a particularly physical fight scene on top of a train when he hurt his knee and admits it made him "slow down" a bit from then on.
He said: "Sadly, the scene isn't in the film. I wish it was but I had to stop halfway through because I did my knee in and I was like 'Woah!' I had to have a little surgery. It was a terrifying moment when I thought they were going to have to shut down while I had it. We were right into it by that point. So I had to protect myself a bit more.
"It slowed me down a bit, but it didn't stop me doing what I wanted to do. But, you know, it's movie-making. You fake it as best you can and they've done an amazing job - most of it is real, there is a little CGI."
The 47-year-old actor also believes the "forced break" had its benefits too as it allowed the director Sam Mendes to start editing the footage as well as giving his co-stars a break.
He added to The Sun newspaper: "The enforced break allowed Sam to get in the editing room and look at the movie, which he wouldn't normally do. So I like to think of it as a deliberate trick on my behalf to give everyone a break."