The other week, our mates at Heineken flew us out to Las Vegas to watch the new Bond movie Spectre and join in on a bid to take history's first selfie from space (#spyfie).
Which was nice, because we usually spend Tuesday's in the office eating microwaved pasta bake.
But it didn't just stop there - we also managed to catch a word with Bond star and man mountain Dave Bautista. Here's what he had to say...
Do you ever envision going back to wrestling?
Yeah. I love wrestling. I actually tried to get back into this summer because I had some time off, but it never happened. For me, there’s nothing like the live audience. I always feel like, if I don’t go back soon, I’ll never do it. The desire’s still there. I want to do live events, not television - I couldn’t give a rat’s ass about that.
I’d like to work with Titus and Jericho - he’s a great friend of mine, and we have some great laughs. He’s one of the old, big rock stars. And of course Triple H.
Who are you favourite villains in movie history?
I think Ben Kingsley in Sexy Beast. He’s brutal. If it was James Bond, it would have to be Jaws.
You were in a lot of high-intensity action scenes. Did you ever connect with Daniel Craig?
No, I never connected with him, but he tore his cal in a tussle with me. He’s got a solid punch - my nose hurt for months after fighting with him. I’m pretty sure it’s broke. He’s a lot bigger and stronger than people realise.
How did you prepare for the completely silent role?
I didn’t really prepare. I try not to over rehearse. You’ve got to bounce off people and allow yourself to be directed. Diologue is a luxury, so I had to understand the character and ask Sam (Mendes) “what’s this guy thinking?” He’s always having fun, even in the heat of the fun.
We travelled to Las Vegas to celebrate the release of Spectre and participate in the world's first selfie from space. Check out their website now.