James Bond’s 25th movie is finally about to release, after about five years of waiting. Starring Daniel Craig as the iconic Bond, No Time to Die is set to release later this year.
The ongoing pandemic, a change in the director, and Daniel’s injury all added up and resulted in the release of the movie being delayed by a year.
The movie, produced by Eon Productions and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, will be the fifth and final movie in which we will get to see Craig play the iconic 007.
Read on to know what we know.
No Time To Die Release Date
The movie is set to release on November 11, 2020. The 007 official Instagram page even shared this behind-the-scenes photo to get us all excited:
You can also watch the official trailer here:
The movie was initially set to release in April earlier this year but then the movie’s official Twitter page tweeted that they will be delaying release on account of the pandemic.
It has been five years since Bond has retired from MI6, following the capture of Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the movie Spectre. Bond is approached by old friend and CIA officer Felix Leiter. He seeks his help in order to locate missing scientist Valdo Obruchev. It soon becomes evident that the scientist was abducted and Bond must now face an evil mastermind who wishes to use the scientist’s knowledge to cause harm to millions.
It is now confirmed that Rami Malek who joined the cast recently will play the main antagonist Safin.
The story is based on the James Bond novels by Ian Fleming and the 5th movie in which Daniel Craig will play the iconic role, with previous ones including Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre – all Box Office hits.
This will probably be Craig’s last appearance as the iconic 007 and rumours are Lashana Lynch will be taking up the mantle after him.
No Time to Die, Cast
- Daniel Craig
- Rami Malek
- Léa Seydoux
- Lashana Lynch
- Ben Whishaw
- Naomie Harris
- Jeffrey Wright
- Christoph Waltz
- Ralph Fiennes.
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