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His big-screen alter-ego James Bond might be fond of high-tech gadgetry, but behind closed doors Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz have one rule: no electronics allowed.
"There's nothing technological allowed in the bedroom. If the iPad goes to bed, I mean, unless you're watching porn on the Internet, it's a killer. We have a ban on it," the 45-year-old British actor told the U.K.'s Telegraph.
Craig added that keeping such devices from intruding on one's life "is a good fight to have, as far as I'm concerned."
The current 007 has long refrained from talking about his marriage to his fellow 43-year-old Brit. But he offered up the rare personal tidbit while making the publicity rounds for Betrayal, the Mike Nichols-directed Broadway revival of the Harold Pinter play that finds the lovebirds ironically playing a husband and wife haunted by an affair.
When asked about how he's been faring since the two tied the knot in a secret ceremony in New York two years ago, Craig credits Weisz—whom he met and fell in love with when the two costarred in 2011's Dream House—for making him a better person.
"I'm far happier than I've been for many years," said the Skyfall star. "I think finding the right person and being with the right person is probably the answer to most things."
As for why they remain so private about their relationship, Craig expressed derision over the media labeling them a "power couple," saying instead, "we just keep ourselves to ourselves."
For their eyes only.