Daniel Craig says Nicole Kidman turns him on. Unfortunately for him, she's married.
The James Bond actor, who stars alongside Kidman in the new films "The Invasion" and "The Golden Compass," admits he finds the Australian actress very attractive and wouldn't mind spending some time with her.
In an interview with W magazine, Craig said, "She turns me on. Not in a sordid, horrible way, well, come to think of it."
The 37-year-old hunk also claims he and Kidman, 38, had a bubbling chemistry when they worked together on the screen adaptation of Philip Pullman's best-selling book "The Dark Prophecy." It seems the admiration isn't one-sided.
Kidman - who has two adopted children, Connor and Isabella, with ex husband Tom Cruise - asked Craig for his autograph shortly after she first met him and he was confirmed as the new Bond.
A source told Britain's Daily Express newspaper, "At first it seemed like she was just teasing him. Then she explained she really did want it because her son Conor is a massive Bond fan. I think it was probably the first autograph he ever signed as 007."
Since working alongside Craig, Kidman has praised him, describing the British star as "an actor's actor."