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Actor Daniel Craig says he’d rather go to gay bars to avoid “D ** k’s aggressive swing”


No time to die Star Daniel Craig says he prefers going to gay bars to avoid “aggressive cock swings”, adding that gay bars in general are “a very safe place”.

“I’ve been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember, and one of the reasons is [is] because I don’t often fight in gay bars, ”Craig told host Bruce Bozzi on a recent episode of the Lunch with Bruce Podcast.

“Because the aggressive cock is swinging in straight bars, I’m really sick of it”, the Casino Royale star added. “Because it was like, I don’t want to end up leaving in a punch.” And I did. It would happen a lot. “

Craig went on to say that gay bars “would just be a great place to go,” adding that “everyone was cool, everyone – you didn’t really have to declare your sexuality. It was not bad.”

“And it was a very safe place,” the James bond star insisted. “And I got to meet girls there, because there are a lot of girls there for exactly the same reason that I was there. It was kind of, you know, an ulterior motive.

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In 2010, the tabloid National investigator witnesses said they saw Craig and another man “kissing” at a gay bar in Venice, California. And the man with the actor at the bar was Bozzi, according to a New York Daily News report.

“We had a great time, the band were playing,” Bozzi recalls of him and Craig hanging out at a gay bar together. “As people started to notice that you were in the room, there was like these two girls at the end of the bar – and the next thing I know, one of them is standing by your side and trying to push me away, ”the host said. continued. “And I’m like ‘Excuse me?’ “

“And then someone else asked me if I was your manager, and I yelled at him, because I was like, ‘What do you mean by his manager? “”, added Bozzi.

Winner Bruce Bozzi accepts the Champion Award onstage during the 2017 GLSEN Respect Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on October 20, 2017 in Los Angeles, California., (Rich Polk / Getty Images for GLSEN)

Craig reacted to Bozzi’s memories, adding that “the irony is that we kind of got caught, I guess, which was a little weird because we weren’t doing anything fucking wrong.”

“What happened was we were having a good night’s sleep, and I was kind of telling you about my life, when my life was changing, and we got drunk, and I was like, ‘Oh shit , let’s just go to a bar, come on, fuck, let’s go out, ”the actor recalled.

The English actor – who has been married to actress Rachel Weisz since 2011 – went on to say that the “spirit” of California was “one of the reasons” he wanted to move to the United States.

“I’ve always wanted to move to the United States,” Craig said. “Because of all that Californian spirit, which is like, ‘Damn, everything is fine. Do not worry. We support you. There is something magical about it.

No time to die, the 25th entry in the iconic James Bond franchise – in which Craig starred – has woken up and opened for a disappointing $ 56 million. Despite its 4,400-screen debut – a record for a Bond film – No time to die did not come close to the opening of its three most recent predecessors.

Currently, No time to die sits at $ 313 million worldwide – which is not good, considering the film cost between $ 250 and $ 300 million to produce, with producers noting that they have invested an additional $ 100 million in commercialization.

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