The 38-year-old star thinks the criticisms have been no better than
He told Britain's GQ magazine: "Some of the stuff that has been said has
been as close to the playground as you can get. 'You've got big ears!'
F***ing hell! But ask anyone who has been bullied, they know it hurts, it's
not right. There's a part of me that would like to turn around and shove it
up their a**e. Well the only way I can do that is to get it right. No one
cares about this movie more than I do."
Craig has also hit back at some of the claims leveled against him.
The actor insists he can drive a manual car - and is actually better than
most men when it comes to handling the top speeds.
He fumed: "I can drive a manual car. I flogged the a**e out of an Aston
Martin DBS recently.
"I don't where it came from, it's f***ing made up. I don't have a car at the
moment but the last car I had was an automatic. Sorry. But most posh cars
In other news, UK Hottie James Bond star Daniel Craig has said the upcoming 007 film Casino Royale the most violent to date reports MC.
He says, "You're not doing it right if you're not getting hurt.
"The stunt boys were going through pain levels that I couldn't even imagine and carrying on. Compressed spines, all sorts of things. I was in pain throughout the whole movie.
He recalls one particularly harrowing scene in which Bond kills a man in the bathroom: "I watch that sequence and I wince.
"All my knuckles split, my hands were in bandages after it. And I had a fight double - Ben. I did the bits that hurt. And he did the bits that really f**king hurt.
"But that's the thing with this Bond. He bleeds. It's more about the fact that he bleeds, goes down and gets up again." "But that's the thing with this Bond. He bleeds. It's more about the fact that he bleeds, goes down and gets up again."