Daniel Craig reveals his love of going to gay bars

Daniel Craig will be remembered forever for having been Agent 007 for years, a position that many actors dream of every time it comes to doing a generational handover. At the moment it is unknown who will be the new James Bond but meanwhile, the current one continues with the promotion of his latest film, No time to die. In a recent interview he made a striking revelation: the reason why he likes to go to gay bars.

The truth is that Daniel Craig is not one of those Hollywood stars who enjoys exposing his private life or exposing himself too much. So when it comes time to talk to the press to promote, as in this case, a movie, their statements end up making headlines.


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The British artist, who is currently 53 years old, has participated in the podcast Lunch with Bruce, where he has opened up about an issue that at certain times in his life has led to his masculinity and sexuality being questioned.

And it is that Daniel Craig loves to go to bars with an LGTBI + atmosphere. “I have been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember,” he pointed out and later explained that “one of the reasons is because I don’t get into fights in gay bars that often.”


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Apparently, in the past the artist had often “gotten into a fight” and therefore decided to change places to go out. “You didn’t have to declare your sexuality and it was a very safe place. And I could meet girls, because there are a lot of girls there for exactly the same reason I was going,” Craig said.

Faced with this confession, the podcast host wanted to refer to rumors about his sexuality when some photos of him were published in 2010, leaving a friendly bar in California, hugging another man.

Daniel Craig in a scene from 'No time to die', (2021).

Daniel Craig in a scene from ‘No time to die’, (2021).

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“We are tactile, we love each other. We give each other hugs, that’s fine. We are two damn adult men,” Daniel Craig replied trying to normalize the displays of affection in public between people of the same sex without meaning that they have a love or sexual relationship.