Daniel Craig refuses to watch his most famous scene from the James Bond movies.
The 47-year-old actor, who's already played the iconic secret agent in three 007 movies, has revealed he cringes at the thought of his famous scene in 'Casino Royale' in which he emerges from the sea in a pair of blue swimming trunks.
Asked how he feels when he watches the scene again, Daniel shared: "I don't look at it! I don't look at it, weeping and going, 'Wasn't I beautiful?'
"I was aware of what was needed to be Bond, but it still goes against everything I believe in."
Despite appearing in one of Hollywood's most coveted roles, Daniel claimed he's dissimilar to his on-screen character.
He told Timeout magazine: "I'm not very cool, I'm not the coolest human being. I wish I was, but I'm not. And I don't pretend to be cool. But playing James Bond, you have to be cool. And what the hell is cool? You could write a dissertation on it!
"That was a big accident, that particular shot. I was pretending to swim in shallow water, I thought it looked stupid and stood up, I walked off - and that was the shot!"