Melbourne, November 9 : Daniel Craig has revealed that he was under immense pressure during the filming of latest James Bond flick, following the record-breaking success of 'Casino Royale' in 2006.
The 40-year-old Brit, whose latest 'Quantum of Solace' broke box office records to take 4.9 million pounds in ticket sales on its opening day replacing former title holder 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, said his second appearance as the 007 agent was much 'harder'.
"I don't feel it was easier on this one - it felt harder," the Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying.
"The weight of expectation with this movie has been so great because there was such success with the last.
"But that's better than the other way around - which would have been a nightmare. It would have screwed us up," he added.
Speaking of his childhood, the hunk said that his love for the Bond franchise began at age six, when his parents took him to see Live and Let Die - Roger Moore's first Bond movie.
Craig said: "If people get half as much pleasure as I got watching Live And Let Die I'll be very happy."