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With growing suspicions of a mole in the agency, there is no one Devereaux can trust, no rules and no holds barred. Why add another spy character to your resume? After my four outings as James Bond, there seemed to be unfinished business in the way that Bond finished in my life. So [producer] Beau [St. Clair] came to me with the idea. Bond was so big and mighty in my career. It is the gift that just keeps giving.
So there was a desire, want and need to make this film. I love the title. It has a sensuality and a mystique to it, and the writing of Bill Granger had a complexity of character and a punch and a grit to it which gave me the opportunity to really take the gloves off, be hard as nails and be vigilant in my moral values as a character. So there was a complexity there which was seductive and enticing.
Can you talk about the complexity of the role? He lives a very simple life with his daughter. I thought it was a great springboard to launch this man onto the stage. What was it like to have Olga, who has already done a Bond movie, as your leading lady? There was a sweet irony in it all because Olga had been with Daniel [Craig] in the Bond movie. This film came together as a beautiful company with Will Patton and Lou Bracey. Everybody was in on the joy of entering back onto the stage. Me, as a spy in this magnificent country of Serbia, Belgrade, making a movie and everyone was passionate about making the movie.
What was it like fighting with Luke, who is several years your junior? Lots of Epsom salts and a martini at the end of the day. Luckily no bruises, no cuts, no bones broken. Mark Mottram was my stunt double on James Bond. Mark Mottram doubled me in Bond and he brought over a bunch of lads from London, who are great car guys and bike men and they really worked on this extensively. Can you talk about why you relate to this role and James Bond?
The list goes on. I wanted to be in movies as an innocent romantic lad of maybe 11, or 12, or 13 with not much in the back pocket but some dreams. Then I became an actor and I found that I was good at it and it made me happy. I saw the first James Bond inas a lad, and it was bedazzling, beguiling. I never thought, never dreamt that I was going to be such a character, but you become an actor.
A man becomes what he dreams, so to speak. Did you like this?