Daniel Craig: Describes next Bond film 'Skyfall' to be 'very funny'
British actor Daniel Craig has revealed that Skyfall will have some "very funny lines".
The star explained that the latest James Bond project will show a different side to his acting.
"The humor is not something we try to do but it just comes from the situations," he told The Sun.
"I think there are some very funny lines in it but then I have a very dark sense of humor, so others might not agree with me.
"Go-go dancers. It's not something I have done before and I thought it was about time I showed that part of myself."
The current 'Bond 007' added that the film's Istanbul setting is perfect for Bond's 50th anniversary, saying: "It is great to come to Istanbul and film at some great locations.
"It feels like an old-fashioned Bond movie. I am still learning. I want to be challenged every day - and I am being challenged.''
Recently, director Sam Mendes revealed that Skyfall will see a more "depressed" James Bond.
The latest Bond film 'Skyfall' is due to be released on October 26 in the UK and November 9 in the US, starring Craig as James Bond and Dame Judi Dench as M alongside Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes.