It’s not easy being a suave super spy. As 007′s latest incarnation as portrayed by Daniel Craig, recently found out. While filming the second installment of his stint as James Bond, 40-year old Daniel was the victim of an injury that required immediate plastic surgery.
Quantum Of Solace isn’t due out until later this year, but Daniel has already received 8 stitches in his face after a stunt went wrong.
“It’s what happens when you do something like this,” Craig, 40, tells Britain’s Daily Star.
“I got tagged in a fight sequence and needed 8 stitches. Plastic surgery? Give it 5 years.”
Make Me Heal is glad that Daniel is open to plastic surgery. He may want to have Restylane injections to fill in the scar that will result from the stitches used to sew up his handsome face. He may also eventually get Botox to smooth the horizontal lines that give him a craggy appearance.
Daniel has also been spotted wearing a shoulder sling, which he tells says is another hazard of working on the Bond films.
It’s an old injury, he tells the Daily Telegraph magazine, adding, “I’ve probably aggravated it by jumping around on Bond movies.”
“It wasn’t an essential operation but if I don’t do it now, I could do something on the next movie and rip it out of its socket,” he continues. “It’s just a pain in the a—, really, and it’ll be a long wait before it heals properly.”
In the meantime, fans of James Bond are looking forward to the follow-up to the successful Casino Royale and Make Me Heal is looking forward to seeing what plastic surgery the blond Bond has next.
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