“No time to die”
The final trailer promises a fast-paced Bond film
The action-packed final trailer for the upcoming “James Bond” film “No Time to Die” shows more than just an unexpected alliance.
After a delay of more than 18 months, the final trailer Daniel Craig’s (53, “Knives Out”) last appearance as 007 in “No Time to Die” is finally here – with full force.
The clip begins with the words: “The wait is over”. James Bond can be seen confronting his captured archenemy Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz, 64). It looks like the old enemies might be forced to form an uncomfortable alliance, as Blofeld says, “James, fate has brought us back together. Now your enemy is my enemy.” Bond replies, “Well, you live long enough.”
Fast-paced action in the trailer
The fast-paced trailer shows Bond spying on the enemy with an assault rifle, firing the famous machine guns of his Aston Martin and floating through the air in a plane piloted by female double-0 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch, 33). The Cuban actress Ana de Armas (33) can also be seen as CIA agent Paloma, as she kills an attacker with a high kick.
The main antagonist in Craig’s fifth appearance as Bond is Safin, played by Oscar winner Rami Malek (40, “Bohemian Rhapsody”). In the trailer you can see his completely scarred face, which he hides behind an eerie white mask.
Bond’s sweetheart Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux, 36) is also mysterious. She holds a folder in her hand and warns Bond: “You don’t know what that is?”. As a result, he looks unusually nervous. Bond is later seen burning a piece of paper that says “Forgive me”.
Who will take on the Bond role?
British actor Daniel Craig has starred four times since 2006 in the famous role of secret agent on Her Majesty’s behalf. “No Time to Die” will be his fifth and probably last “Bond” film. Who follows him in the cult role should only be announced after this long-awaited cinema release.
Cinema release date finally fixed
The theatrical release date for the new “James Bond” flick “No Time to Die” was in mid-August on the official Twitter page announced: Accordingly, the world premiere of “No Time To Die” will take place on September 28th in London’s Royal Albert Hall. In Germany and Great Britain the film will be released on September 30th, and in the USA on October 8th.
Actually, the 25th film in the cult series should start in April 2020. The premiere had been postponed several times due to Corona.