The James Bond actor, 52, embarked on a healthy diet and workout regime a year before filming No Time To Die - his fifth and final outing as the spy, set for release in November. In addition, he is stepdad to Weisz's 13-year-old son, Henry, from her previous relationship with Darren Aronofsky, according to Yahoo.
"I think inheritance is quite distasteful", he said. "My philosophy is to eliminate it or give it away earlier than you go".
His wife Rachel Weisz is worth $36 million and had previously worked on big-budget movies such as "The Mummy" franchise.More news: Non-essential workers to be stopped from using Tube during coronavirus crisis
However, when asked if he had ever envisioned playing the MI6 agent during make-believe games in his youth, he confessed Bond was never on his radar as he was into comic book superheroes.
While Craig never dreamed of playing the James Bond, not only did he take the role to greater heights, it sounds like he enjoyed his time in the role by admitting there is "no downside to playing Bond".
"People are always saying to me, 'You must have dreamed of playing James Bond when you were a kid.' The answer is no. I have no problem playing Bond".
Daniel also suggests that he is capable of playing "anything" after Bond, despite some of his predecessors such as Sir Roger Moore being typecast.More news: Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Rematch Postponed Over Coronavirus
The upcoming "No Time to Die" film came five years after "Spectre". He said that preparing to play one of the most famous characters in modern cinema without seeing the scripts first caused him to have anxiety.
'So the prospect of doing another movie was just, like, off the cards.
Craig's latest Bond movie, No time to dieIt's been delayed for release on November 25, 2020, but as with everything in the world right now, things are a bit up in the air.More news: 2020 iPad Pro gets benchmarked