Hugh Jackman Helped Daniel Craig Overcome James Bond Fame Struggles

Christy Mathew

Daniel Craig has recently revealed that Hugh Jackman has helped him with his struggles regarding dame when he was cast as James Bond.

The upcoming No Time To Die is the 25th film in the 007 franchise. 

The latest movie will revolve around Bond as he attempts to rescue a kidnapped scientist and take down a villain who is equipped with dangerous new tech. 

Daniel had first stepped into the shows of Bond back in 2006. He is now the actor who has played Bond for the longest time. There are rumours as to who will be Daniel's replacement as the next James Bond.

Recently for Apple TV's Being James Bond documentary, the actor explained how his James Bond fame was a struggle for him

He described his situation as being "physically and mentally under seige". Daniel revealed he would rather "slash wrists" than play James Bond again.

However, the actor found help in an unexpected place and that was with Hugh. Daniel revealed Hugh has helped him come to terms with the challenge of fame. The actor shared that his personal life was affected because of the sudden fame.

Daniel added, "I used to lock myself in and close the curtains, I was in cloud cuckoo land. I was physically and mentally under siege... [Hugh Jackman] helped me to come to terms with it and appreciate it."