By Devan Coggan
Updated August 27, 2015 at 08:18 PM EDT
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Daniel Craig last appeared on Broadway in 2013’s Betrayal, breaking box-office records along the way. But in a new interview with DuJour, Craig says that while he’d love to return to the New York stage sometime soon, he’d prefer to avoid the Great White Way.

“I’ve done Broadway and I was happy with that, but I don’t want to do Broadway anymore,” the Spectre star said. “The audience is all over 50, on the whole, and I think new faces and cheaper tickets are the only way forward. And it’s never going to happen.”

In the DuJour Q&A with director Martin McDonagh, Craig weighed in on everything from getting starstruck by Desmond Tutu to the future of the James Bond series. (When he was asked if he cares who will play the next Bond, he emphatically declared, “NO!”) He also shared his Mark Wahlberg-approved hangover cure: Pedialyte.

“I was told that’s what Mark swears by,” Craig said. “It’s the difference between life and death as far as I’m concerned.”

Check out the full interview at DuJour. Spectre will hit theaters on Nov. 6, 2015.

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