No Time to Die trailers give hope that 007 is finally coming back!
London, United Kingdom – Now is not the time to wait for another deadline: after several postponed release dates, the long-awaited James Bond film No Time To Die looks set to follow through on its promised theatrical release, including the two new ones trailers that have just been released.
Starring Daniel Craig as 007 one last time, the much-delayed thriller is set to hit theaters on September 30 in select countries, but many fans will brace themselves for more disappointment after manufacturers delayed several delays of exit during the pandemic.
The film is a direct sequel to the previous film, Specter (2015), and saw two different clips of approximately two and a half minutes released Tuesday on the official YouTube channel 007.
The american trailer begins with clips from Craig Bond’s first Casino Royale release of 2006 and the following three films.
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Finally, we glimpse some scenes from No Time to Die, including the return of the Aston Martin with machine guns behind the headlights.
The international trailer, which consists only of scenes from the new action thriller, features Q (Ben Whishaw), among others, complaining to Bond: “May I have a good evening, please, before does the world explode?
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No Time to Die is 007’s fifth film starring Craig and is said to be the 53-year-old’s last appearance as a British secret agent. He holds the record for longest-running James Bond, having held the role for 15 years, longer than his late predecessors Sean Connery and Roger Moore, as well as the others.
The 25th James Bond film was originally slated for release in October 2019. However, due to the change of director from Danny Boyle to Cary Joji Fukunaga and theaters shutting down during the pandemic, the start date has been repeatedly postponed.
After four delays, a fan group called Team Bond even launched a crowdfunding campaign to reverse the delay.
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Ambitious, they were looking to raise Â£ 607million (the equivalent of $ 718million) in donations to purchase the rights to the action thriller starring Daniel Craig and bring the film to television before Christmas 2020.
âCome on, Bond! Where the hell are you? British intelligence chief M says in the latest No Time To Die trailers. For many fans, it’s a cry from the heart.
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