Daniel Craig’s attitude during the making of “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” was the opposite of how he came across on the set of “Spectre,” Dave Bautista revealed while promoting their reunion film.
“You could feel that he was under a lot of pressure [on ‘Spectre’]. He didn’t seem like the happiest person on Bond, but on ‘Glass Onion,’ it was the complete opposite,” the actor told Entertainment Weekly. Bautista said there wasn’t much interaction between Craig on the cast on “Spectre,” but there was much ore interaction and fun from the actor on “Glass Onion.” Watching Craig inhabit two wildly different characters also inspired his “Spectre” co-star.
“It’s amazing because I’m always in awe of people who can transform themselves like that. This is why I wanted to be an actor, because I wanted to be that guy,” the “Guardians of the Galaxy” star said.
While Craig’s time as Bond is in the rearview mirror, he still has at least one more “Knives Out” sequel he’s set to star in for Netflix, but there’s likely much more coming. Both Craig and writer/director Rian Johnson have made it clear they don’t want to ever stop their Blanc mysteries, via Variety.