Daniel Craig has further infuriated James Bond fans by revealing he hasn't been to the cinema to see a 007 film since 1973. The British actor makes his debut as the suave spy in upcoming movie 'Casino Royale' but has been the target of a hate campaign started by some Bond fans who are unhappy he has been cast in the famous part. Despite insisting he is a huge fan of the series, Craig, 38, has now admitted he hasn't made the effort to watch a Bond adventure on the big screen since he was five, when his father took him to see 'Live and Let Die'. He confessed to GQ magazine: "The first Bond film I went to see was 'Live and Let Die'. I think that was in 1973. The last time I paid to see a Bond film would be 1973! Except no, my dad paid!" Shortly after Craig was announced as the new Bond angry fans started an online petition urging movie goers to boycott 'Casino Royale'. The group of disgruntled 007 enthusiasts asked people to log onto website www.craignotbond.com and voice their displeasure at the decision to replace Pierce Brosnan with the hunky blond star. The site lambasted Craig for allegedly not being able to drive a manual car, not being able to play cards, hating guns and even for being blonde. One fan, shocked at the 'Layer Cake' star's admission, said: "I can't believe Craig hasn't been to the cinema to see a Bond film for over 20 years. James Bond can't be treated like any other movie. We, as fans, demand that the history of the series is respected and it seems to me that Craig doesn't care about the prestige of playing 007 at all."