Daniel Craig on making his bond modern: "If anything, I'm trying to cling to the past. I want Bond to remain misogynistic to a certain extent."
Craig on the parent-child relationship between Bond and Judi Dench's M: "I like the debate between him and M - he's the one behaving badly as a man, and she's slapping him down."
Director Marc Forster on compromising his artistic vision to suit Bond: "There's the framework for Bond - the girls, the cars - that I had to follow. But even under political censorship you can still express your ideas subversively. I set out to make an art film and let the commercial aspects come through in the action."
Craig on what he'd like his next, less action-oriented movie to be: "I don't know about a costume drama, but something quiet on a beach with a cocktail...."
Daniel Craig on creating a character arc for James Bond over several films
Daniel Craig on Bond's enduring appeal after 22 films
Daniel Craig on the political (in this case, environmental) subtext of Quantum of Solace
Daniel Craig on updating and modernizing Bond for today's audience
Daniel Craig on doing his own stunts
Daniel Craig on the lack of Bond catchphrases (like "Bond, James Bond") in Quantum of Solace, and whether we'll ever see the return of classic characters like Q or Moneypenny.
Quantum director Marc Forster on the challenge of tackling Bond
Quantum director Marc Forster on the Bond homages in Quantum.
Quantum director Marc Forster on bending his artistic vision to suit Bond
Bond producer Michael Wilson on why Marc Forster was the man to direct Quantum.
Bond producer Michael Wilson tries to make sense of the title Quantum Of Solace.