In his fourth movie Spectre, Craig sprained his knee when filming a fight scene, yet he refused to have production shut down for months.
However, when it came to shooting the Mexico City Day of the Dead opening sequence, he had to admit to director Sir Sam Mendes that he couldn’t run.
Within just 30 minutes, the pair devised a new scene in which Bond is pretty much only seen walking; a lucky accident that actually made for a compelling introduction to the film.
More recently in No Time To Die, production was interrupted when Craig needed minor surgery after injuring his ankle on set in Jamaica. Now looking back on his 15 year tenure as 007, the 54-year-old is annoyed he put so much focus on these painful encounters.
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