Richard Armitage hints at his 'ultimate' spy role

Bond News - 25-12-12
The "Spooks" star who is currently appearing in the successful fantasy adventure, "The Hobbit", chatted to GQ about spies this week:

"I always said when they finished Spooks they should have made a movie of it. Actually my ultimate role is to play another spy…" said Richard Armitage.

He quickly dialled back on this strong hint, praising 007 star Daniel Craig:

"Oh no, god - that sounds awful doesn't it? I think [Daniel Craig] has a few left in him."

Read the complete interview.

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