Playing an iconic character like James Bond certainly has its perks, we're sure—but for Daniel Craig, it also reins in his social life. "Back in the day, you could go and have a drink in the bar, get drunk, fall over, have a good time, relax, whatever, and no one would know about it. But now everyone’s got a camera," Craig explains in a new Vanity Fair interview. "Not that all I want to do is get drunk in a bar, but that’s an example" of the hardships of being so well-known.
"You can’t live a normal life anymore," he continues. "Because it will become public knowledge that you’ve whatever—gotten drunk in a bar or skinny-dipped on a beach or something. Things that normal people do occasionally. And in a way that’s kind of—I’ve got to be high-class," muses Craig, whose third 007 movie is out next month. "I’ve done a lot of things in my life. But you have to think in that way. Which is sad, because I like bars." On the other hand, one of the upsides of playing Bond is that random people send him martinis all the time. "And it’s like, Really? It’s 11 o’clock [in the morning]! Cheers! I’m not going to drink it." (Read more Daniel Craig stories.)