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No Time To Die: James Bond movie to be released After 18 months of delays

James Bond wears Tom Ford’s knitted sleeve bomber jacket. Courtesy of Sony


No Time To Die: James Bond movie to be released After 18 months of delays


We’ve been waiting for you, Mr Bond… for a long time.

In the last teaser for No Time to Die, Daniel Craig leaves the James Bond series with a resounding boom.

After 18 months of pandemic-related delays, Daniel Craig’s final appearance in the character, No Time To Die, will be released in theaters on September 30.

‘The wait is over,’ starts the teaser clip for No Time To Die, which is fitting.

Craig’s farewell turn as the famed secret agent is marked by a new teaser for the long-awaited 25th film in the 007 franchise, and the teaser pays magnificent respect to his time kicking ass in the famous spy’s suit.

Before a glimpse of new baddie Safin, played by Rami Malek, we see Bond chatting to Spectre nemesis and foster-brother Blofeld (Christoph Waltz), who informs 007 that “my enemy’s your enemy” ‘How did that happen?’


Bond replies with his trademark smirk: ‘Well, you live long enough.’

Cary  Joji Fukunaga’s film begins up after Craig’s Bond has retired from active duty and is enjoying a peaceful life in Jamaica. However, Bond is quickly forced back into action when an old CIA acquaintance, Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), shows up begging for assistance in rescuing an abducted scientist – a plan that thrusts Bond into the middle of a wicked villain’s plot.

M, played by Ralph Fiennes, then speaks with Bond about a new wave of adversary and espionage that is “just floating in the ether”

Bond scouts the enemy with an assault weapon, fires the renowned machine gun turrets on his Aston Martin, and soars through the sky in a jet flown by female double-0 agent Nomi, portrayed by Lashana Lynch, in the high-octane video.

Being James Bond, a new documentary on Craig’s 15-year journey as Bond, will be released with the film. It will be available for free on the Apple TV app from September 7 to October 7, one day before the release of No Time to Die in cinemas.

There are also signs of problems between Bond and his lover, Dr. Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), as well as friction with Nomi, the new 00 agent who inherited Bond’s 007 moniker after he left MI6.

Safin, portrayed by Oscar winner Rami Malek and equipped with facial scars and an eerie white mask, is the major villain in Craig’s sixth outing as Bond.

The film also stars Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Christoph Waltz, and Ralph Fiennes.

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