“I’ve been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember,” the 53-year-old actor told the show. Lunch with Bruce podcast on SiriusXM. “One of the reasons: because I don’t often fight in gay bars. “
The No time to die The actor revealed that he started going to gay bars when he was young because he wanted to avoid “punch-up eating” on a night out, which would happen “a lot” in straight bars.
“As a kid, because it was like… ‘I don’t want to end up eating a punch-up.’ And I did. It would happen a lot. And this (a gay bar) would be just a great place to go, ”Craig said.
The star also said gay bars are a safe place.
“Everyone was cool, everyone. You didn’t really need to declare your sexuality. It was not bad. And it was a very safe place. And I was able to meet girls there, because there are a lot of girls there for exactly the same reason that I was there. It was a kind of ulterior motive, ”he added.
The James Bond actor also recalled an incident during a conversation with host Bruce Bozzi, who he has been friends with for a long time.
The two reflected on the night they were “caught” together at a gay bar called Roosterfish in Venice Beach, Calif., In 2010.
“For me that was one of those situations and the irony is, you know, we kinda ‘got on’, I guess, which was a little weird. [be]because we weren’t doing anything wrong, ”Craig said.
“What happened was we were having a good night’s sleep and I was sort of telling you about my life when my life changed and we got drunk and I was like, ‘Oh, let’s go to a bar, come on, let’s go ****** get out, ”he explained.
“And I was like, ‘I know I don’t care,’ and we’re in Venice, ‘added Craig. In conversation, the Casino Royale The actor admitted that he wanted to leave England for California because of the “magical” atmosphere, which he said “was there that night.”
Craig, who completed his last outing as Bond in No time to die recently received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
His fifth Bond film tops the box office charts around the world and has taken over £ 50million in the UK just after just two weekends – enough to make it already one of 10 007 films. the most profitable of all time.