Daniel Craig says he hopes Bond 24 can 'reclaim some of the old irony' of past movies.
The actor will be taking on the role of 007 for the fourth time in the latest Bond film as he reunites with Skyfall director Sam Mendes.
Speaking to Vulture the actor said: "Hopefully we'll reclaim some of the old irony and make sure it doesn't become pastiche.
"I can't do shtick, I'm not very good at it. Unless it kind of suddenly makes sense. Does that make sense? I sometimes wish I hammed it up more, but I just can't do it very well, so I don't do it."
Filming on Bond 24 is set to get underway when Craig has finished his current stint on Broadway, and the movie will be hitting the big screen in 2015.
We haven't seen Craig on the big screen since the billion dollar success of Skyfall last year - it seems that Bond 24 will be the next time that we will be seeing him star in a film.
For a time it looked like Sam Mendes would not be serving as director; however it was announced earlier this summer that he was back on board.
Bond 24 is released 23rd October 2015.