Daniel Craig said he accidentally broke Dave Bautista's nose in 'Spectre' fight scene - and then ran away

So far, Daniel Craig has appeared in four James Bond films. Christopher Polk/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Daniel Craig claimed that he once broke Dave Bautista’s nose in a "Spectre” fight scene.

Craig claimed that one of his punches was accidentally connected to Bautista’s nose.

Craig stated, "I thought that he was going after me."

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Daniel Craig listed the most severe injuries that occurred while filming James Bond. He revealed that he broke Dave Bautista’s nose in a fight scene, and then fled the fear of reprisal.

Craig said to "The Graham Norton Show” that he and Bautista had been forced to fight in a train scene in 2015's "Spectre."

Craig stated, "I threw an punch and hit him on his nose." "I heard this crack, and I was like 'Oh god no' and ran off. He was so sweet, I thought he was going after me.

Dave Bautista was beaten by Daniel Craig. Graham Norton Show/YouTube/MGM

Craig stated that Bautista had dismissed his fears, and he casually adjusted his nose to the right position.

He is a lot more tough than me. He said, "I'll give it to him."

Craig revealed that he had also previously injured himself in a fight scene with Bautista. Bautista, a professional wrestler who has become an actor, had to throw Craig around during the fight sequence. However, he said that he was being "gentle" because of their differences in size.

Craig challenged Bautista one day to increase the intensity. This led to a serious knee injury.

Craig gestured away from Craig, saying, "I ended up on a wall, but I had my knee over here somewhere." "I knew it was terrible because anyone who has suffered a serious injury knows that there is something wrong."

Craig stated that Craig had to film the remainder of the scene with a brace around his leg.

Daniel Craig will make his final appearance as 007. The 25th James Bond movie "No Time To Die" is Craig's fifth and last. Barbara Broccoli, Bond producer, said that Craig's replacement is not being discussed until 2022 when she spoke to BBC Radio 4's Today program.

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She said, "We are not thinking about it at any time." "We want Daniel's time of celebration. Next year, we will start to think about the future.

Wilson said, "He's such a great Bond. Those are huge shoes to fill. It's impossible for me to even imagine it.

Broccoli also confirmed to PA that Bond would still be played by a man, as Broccoli did recently.

She said that James Bond was a male character. "I hope there will be many, if not all, films made with women for women by women about women.

"I don’t believe we need to have a male character, but have a female portray him. Yes, I do see him as a male. Daniel should continue to be my man, even though I am in denial.

"No Time To Die," opens in UK cinemas September 30.

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