Daniel Craig reveals he prefers gay bars as he is ‘sick of the d*** swinging in hetero bars’

Daniel Craig has revealed he prefers going to gay bars and has ‘grown sick of the aggressive d*** swinging’ he encounters at ‘hetero bars.’

The 53-year-old movie star was on his pal Bruce Bozzi’s SiriusXM podcast promoting his final James Bond movie No Time To Die.

During the chat he dished that when he was single he would also frequent gay bars as ‘there were a lot of girls there for exactly the same reason I was.’

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‘I don’t get into fights in gay bars that often’: Daniel Craig has revealed he prefers going to gay bars and has grown ‘sick of the aggressive d*** swinging’ he encounters at ‘hetero bars’

Daniel, who has been married to fellow film actress Rachel Weisz for a decade, shared: ‘Listen, you know, I’ve been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember and one of the reasons – because I don’t get into fights in gay bars that often.’

He added that ‘the aggressive d*** swinging in hetero bars, I just got very sick of as a kid because it was like ”I just don’t wanna end up being in a punch up”. And I did, that would happen quite a lot.’

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Gay bars as a result ‘would just be a good place to go. Everybody was chill. Everybody, you didn’t really sort of have to state your sexuality,’ he said.

‘It was okay and it was a very safe place to be. And I could meet girls there ’cause there were a lot of girls who were there for exactly the same reason I was there. So I was, there was kind of, you know, there was an ulterior motive,’ he said with a laugh.

Publicity rounds: The 53-year-old was on his pal Bruce Bozzi’s SiriusXM podcast promoting his final James Bond movie No Time To Die; he is pictured on the Tonight Show this week

The actor also shared that he and podcast host Bruce had once been ‘caught’ together at a gay club in Venice, California, back in 2010.

Daniel explained: ‘For me, it was one of those situations and the irony is, you know, we kind of got ”caught”, I suppose, which was kind of weird cause we were doing nothing f**king wrong.’

He went on: ‘What happened is we were having a nice night and I kind of was talking to you about my life when my life was changing and we got drunk and I was like, ”Oh, let’s just go to a bar, come on, let’s go out”.’

The star concluded: ‘And I just was like, ”I know I don’t give a f**k,” and we’re in Venice.’

Night out: The actor also shared that he and podcast host Bruce (pictured) had once been ‘caught’ together at a gay club in Venice, California, back in 2010

Daniel is now officially the longest-serving Bond having played 007 across 15 years beginning with Casino Royale in 2006.

With No Time To Die he has officially given his fifth performance as the secret agent – Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace, SkyFall, Spectre and now his latest.

As far as most Bond movies made he still ranks behind Sean Connery and Roger Moore who racked up seven films apiece as Ian Fleming’s character.

No Time To Die was helmed by Sin Nombre director Cary Fukunaga and stars Daniel amid a cast that includes Ana De Armas and Lea Seydoux. 

Happy couple: Daniel married Rachel secretly in 2011 just six months after rumors of their romance first began to circulate in public; they are pictured in January 2020

The movie opened last Friday and has received a respectable critical response to the tune of an 84% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. 

Daniel married Rachel secretly in 2011 just six months after rumors of their romance first began to circulate in public.

Rachel and Daniel, who both have children from previous relationships, welcomed a daughter together in late 2018 but have yet to disclose her name.

Daniel shares his daughter Ella, 29, with his first wife Fiona Loudon, whereas Rachel shares her son Henry, 15, with her ex Darren Aronofsky.

Reception: No Time To Die opened last Friday and has received a respectable critical response to the tune of an 84% rating on Rotten Tomatoes

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  • Daniel Craig Talks About Getting “Busted” for Being in a Gay Bar – YouTube
  • No Time to Die – Rotten Tomatoes