Daniel Craig has vowed to keep playing James Bond until he is an old man.
The 40-year-old actor - who will reprise his role as 007 in the upcoming 'Quantum of Solace' - wants to continue to portray the iconic secret agent until his body gives out.
Craig - who signed a three-film deal when he was announced as the new Bond in 2005 - said: "Until my joints go I will keep going as Bond. I have no intention of giving up just yet."
However, Daniel admits he finds the stunts hard enough now even though he is super-fit.
He added to Britain's The Sun newspaper: "We are filming at the moment and we are just going from stunt sequence to stunt sequence."
"I did a two-day fight sequence which we had been rehearsing for two months. That was physically very hard - getting hit, basically."
Craig - who wowed female fans by donning skimpy blue swimming trunks in previous movie 'Casino Royale' - also promised the new film will feature "a little nudity."
'Quantum of Solace' is due to hit cinemas in November.