Age waits for no man... not even James Bond.
And the ravages of time have finally caught up with Daniel Craig, who has apparently promised his wife he'll give up doing stunts because of the damage they do to his "broken body".
The James Bond star insists on doing many of his own stunts during filming despite the toll it's beginning to take on the 49-year-old's ageing frame.
So physically demanding is his work on set that wife Rachel Weisz is "worried sick" that he'll do himself a permanent mischief, according to The Mirror.
A source told the paper that she can't sleep for the worry, and has made him promise to do less physical action. "It's a big bone of contention," said the source. "There's a legacy to all these injuries and she lives with them. They've come to an agreement about how hard he will push himself and he is pulling back from the edge this time. It's a prerequisite."
Craig himself has said of the role: "I knackered my knee and had surgery, I've had my right shoulder reconstructed, my other knee operated on and my thumb got hurt."
Indeed, last year the British actor made it abundantly clear that he had no plans to continue as 007, stating that he'd "rather break this glass and slash my wrists" than continue in the role.
But then he changed his mind, revealing on Stephen Colbert's The Late Show that he'll play the character for the fifth time. "I have been quite cagey about it," he said. "I have been doing interviews all day and people have been asking me and I think I've been rather coy. But kind of felt like if I was going to speak the truth I should speak truth to you."
Colbert asks: 'We could use some good news here. Daniel Craig, will you return as James Bond?'
The actor replies: "Yes."
Ah, the things he does for England.