Melbourne, November 16 : Daniel Craig, who greeted the cheers of excited fans as he stepped out on the red carpet at the Sydney premiere of his latest Bond flick 'Quantum of Solace', said that he would be more than happy to do a 007 film Down Under.
The James Bond star, who made his Bond debut with 'Casino Royale' in 2006, said the best part to being the secret agent was having the privilege to film at exotic locations.
"Doing these movies, they are incredible. It's very rare air to make movies of this size and the locations we go to," News.com.au quoted him as saying.
The Brit was accompanied by the latest Bond girl Olga Kurylenko at the premiere.
He said: "(Australia) is quite exotic I think. I'd happily do that, very happily do that. I would love to spend some time down here."
The star-studded event also saw Rove McManus, Megan Gale and Andy Lee, Ruby Rose, Jason Dundas and Nash Edgerton.