Daniel Craig prefers to go to gay bars and you probably can not guess why

This James Bond prefer his Martinis shakes not controlled and his bars gay not directly.

“No Time To Die” Star Daniel Craig said in a podcast posted this week that queer nightlife played a big role in his life and helped him avoid quarrels. (Listen to the interview below.)

“I’ve been to gay bars for as long as I can remember,” the 53-year-old actor told Bruce Bozzi on the podcast “Lunch with Bruce.” “One of the reasons (is) because I do not fight so often in gay bars. “And I did. That would happen quite a lot.”

A gay bar “would just be a good place to go,” Craig continued. “Everyone was cold. You did not really have to say your sexuality. It was OK. And it was a very safe place to be. And I could meet girls there because there are a lot of girls there for exactly the same reason I was there. “It was an oil motive.”

Bozzi and Craig, who promote their fifth and final go-round as the British superspy in “No Time To Die”, recall excitement when they went to a gay bar together in Venice Beach, California, in 2010.

Bozzi remembered taking a snap when a man asked him if he was Craig’s manager and Bozzi yelled at him.

“We were somehow caught, I guess, that was weird because we did nothing wrong,” said Craig, who married actress Rachel Weisz in 2011. “What happened was that we had a great night and I talked to you about my life when my life changed and we were drunk and I said, ‘Oh, fuck, let’s just go to a bar , Come on, let’s fuck us out. ‘We tried to do nothing wrong. And I was just like,’ I’m not fucking. ‘ “

Craig said they share a hug in the parking lot. De Bozzi notes that the National Enquirer made history of it.

“It was a shooting storm in a teacup,” Craig said.

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