AceShowbiz - Luke Evans believes this is the last time he'll be tipped to play James Bond. The "Nine Perfect Strangers" actor has been among the stars rumored to replace Daniel Craig as the suave spy and he quips, if he misses out this time when he's 43, he's got no chance of landing the role in future.
"It's a wonderful role but it's not easy and whoever gets it will have big shoes to fill. But this is the only time I will ever be connected to it, because by the time the role comes around again, I'll be way too old!" he said.
He told Red, "My feet didn't touch the ground. I was a total fish out of water. Nobody really prepped me on what to expect, I just had to follow what everyone else was doing. It took a lot of self-will to stop myself from walking out the door and going, 'I'm sorry, I can't do this. I don't know what I'm doing.' "
"I remember feeling terrified that my first scene in 'Clash of the Titans' was with Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes, both of them playing Greek gods, and I was the son of Zeus and Apollo. I was observing some of the best, picking up little tricks. Sometimes when there's no going back, you just have to keep going forwards."
Luke went on to recall feeling very starstruck at the time when he met Oscar-winning star Emma Thompson when she was shooting a film close by. He said, "Can you imagine? I'd never met a Hollywood movie star in my life."
"I remember one day, Emma Thompson came in because she was filming 'Nanny McPhee' next door and - in costume - sat on Liam Neeson's lap on the throne. I will never forget that day. It was absolutely hilarious."