James Bond films are known for being a series of interconnected stories and the new TV series is no different.
In an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter, James Bond star Daniel Craig is discussing the upcoming Bond film The Man Who Stole Christmas and the upcoming television series, The Man with the Golden Gun.
The show will be based on the James Bond novel The Man With the Golden Sword, which has been adapted into several films, including Skyfall and Spectre.
Craig said that the new series is being filmed in “two distinct ways.”
One is for a series that is actually going to be shot in two separate places, Craig said.
And the other is a very different project that is being shot in a completely different way.
Craig explained that this was the story that he wanted to tell about how his character was changed.
The first series will focus on Bond’s return to England, where he’s been living for the past 20 years, Craig explained.
The second series will see him returning to his old life in the present day.
The Man With The Golden Gun will be a different kind of TV show.
The actor said that this time, it will be much more about the journey Bond went on in his 20 years as a private detective, with a cast that includes his co-stars Roger Moore and Michael Fassbender.
Craig, who plays James Bond in the movies, said that he feels “super lucky” to be involved in such a well-written and executed show.
“I think it’s the greatest show on television right now,” he said.
“It’s the most interesting show on TV right now.”
The Man with a Golden Gun is slated to air on Sky Atlantic in 2018.
Watch the full interview with Daniel Craig below.