This one is from German site.
https://mobil.express.de/news/promi-und ... es-Out/amp
For non German speakers see below (translation is from Google service, but at least you can understand it):
Daniel Craig speaks plain language "James Bond has to change his mind in the future"
Hello Mister Bond, pardon Blanc. Do the two characters have something in common?
Daniel Craig : No. Blanc is more like the Hercule Poirot from an Agatha Christie thriller.
Is it a coincidence that Ana de Armas plays in this movie and is also the next Bond Girl?
Daniel Craig : Yes and no. When we were working on the Bond movie, director Cary Fukunaga came up to me and asked, "Do you know Ana? I want to have her for our movie ". Ana and I had just shot "Knives Out" and it was obvious that I voted for her.
Would you also have the gift privately to solve crime with detective-sense and logic?
Daniel Craig : So far, thank God, there have not been any murders I had to enlighten (laughs).
The film is about family conflicts. How do you avoid them?
Daniel Craig : The best way to resolve conflicts is to put the parties in a room and talk about it. Only then can you solve them. You have to be able to look each other in the eye, then it works.
They always come over very cool and relaxed. What makes you go out of your skin?
Daniel Craig : injustice. I'm really up there. If people do not support each other, but deliver others to the knife, betray them, then I'm going out of my skin.
In the film, the siblings fight over the inheritance of their father. You have an older sister, was there sometimes friction as well?
Daniel Craig : I think we've all experienced that before. The problem is, leaving a legacy to his family. This splits the bereaved, even when it comes to smaller sums. I think who dies as a rich person, he has failed!
What do you mean?
Daniel Craig : I think an inheritance somehow tasteless. You should not leave anything if you leave this world. You should give away your possessions before you die.
What do you do first when you get home at the end of a long movie shoot?
Daniel Craig : Vacationing! My favorite thing is to just lie down on the beach and do nothing. I turned off Bond three weeks ago. On a Friday evening. And on Monday I lay in the sand.
The chapter Bond is really finished for you?
Daniel Craig: Yes! In the future someone else has to do it!
007 was a big part of her professional life. What's next on your wish list?
Daniel Craig: I have none. I'm in the happy situation, where I'm sent many scripts and offers me quite different roles. My only plan is to work with good and nice people.
Are you interested in directing yourself?
Daniel Craig : For God's sake, no! I want to come home, eat something and then go to bed. If you're a director, then at night you're still with the producers, screenwriters, and what do I know on the phone. And then after two hours of sleep, you have to go back up to the set. No thanks!
They made the cool Bond a man of emotions. Are you a private person or a sensitive soul?
Daniel Craig : I'm terribly sensitive (laughs). If I am in the right mood, then even with a well-made TV commercial, the emotional locks open and I cry. When things go well, when people do great favors or something.
As you get older, and as a father, does that change your personal attitude to life?
Daniel Craig: What do you mean?
For example, that one wants to leave the world in which one lives better for his children than they have found.
Daniel Craig: Nobody can change the world alone. I can not do that either. However, I already try to be involved in important things. To help in my own way. We as humans have to join forces and fight for things like climate change. But in the end, it is still up to governments to take the right measures to tackle problems like climate change.