Daniel Craig has admitted he doesn't like watching himself on the big screen.
The 'SPECTRE' star was speaking live on the red carpet at the world premiere of the new Bond movie on Monday (26.10.15), where a special screening of the eagerly anticipated action thriller will be shown, but 007 himself is not looking forward to seeing himself act, although he's "excited" for the world to see it.
Speaking to Rick Edwards from London's Royal Albert Hall, Daniel said: "It's fantastic to see everyone out tonight. I'm not overwhelmed I'm very excited and I can't wait for people to see the movie."
Asked if he likes playing the British Secret Service Agent, he added: "I hate watching myself on screen, but I love playing James Bond."
The 47-year-old actor also said he has no interest in who takes over from him as the next 007.
At the event, which saw Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attend, he said: "I don't care as long as they're good."
And although Daniel has vowed never to play Bond again, producer Barbara Broccoli says she will work out a way to make him stay.
Barbara told Sky News: "We're going to figure it out. We're not going to let him go."