Another James Bond film is around the corner, and the viewers are already on the edges of their seats. 007 is BACK. No Time to Die is the twenty-fifth installment of the James Bond franchise, and as always, it is going be an action-packed spy film featuring Daniel Craig as the MI6 special agent. For years now, the James Bond movie series has remained among the most thrilling franchises. The film is produced by Eon Productions and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. Furthermore, news has come that Universal Pictures is replacing Sony Pictures for distribution rights. So, The sequel’s geeks are advised to stay tuned.
This installment of James Bond is at the receiving end of the COVID-19 pandemic more than any film by far, disappointing its fan population adversely. Initially, planned for release in November 2019, it was delayed to April 2020 after the controversial departure of Danny Boyle. The virus outbreak further deferred the release date to 12 November and then, 25 November 2020, in the United Kingdom and the United States. However, with the signs of outbreak diminishing, the film is now expected to release on 2 April 2021.
Two trailers and multiple teasers of No Time to Die have already been released on the James Bond 007 official channel on YouTube. Fans are advised to quench their thirst provisionally from there before they head to the big screens for which they are anxiously waiting for.
No Time to Die’s Cast is Breathtaking
- Daniel Craig is acting as ’007’ agent role James Bond for one last time in the sequel, and his final appearance is undeniably going be a big hit at the box office.
- Rami Malek has joined as villain Safin; an adversary Bond has never confronted before. He is surely expected to get under Bond’s skin. The thrilling contest is worth looking forward to.
- Léa Seydoux is continuing her role in the sequel as Dr. Madeleine Swann after the film Spectre. The French actress is playing as a crucial acquaintance of the trauma-stricken Bond that is more than just being a physiatrist: Bond’s love associate.
- Lashana Lynch has entered in the new installment as Nomi. Her role got crucial after she joined as 007 agents, virtually replacing the role of James Bond.
- Ben Whishaw is continuing with his all-important role as Q, the outfitter of weapons to the agents. His perils are reportedly going to match those of Bond in the upcoming movie. The rumor whispers that with the departure of Bond from the sequel, we might also see Q for one last time. So, stay tuned, for the film is the better of the options.
Supporting actors extend to Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny, Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, Christoph Waltz as Ernst Blofeld, and multiple other celebrated actors are going to hit the big screens.