New trailer for “James Bond – No Time to Die”: 007 is back
Daniel Craig’s last mission as 007 was the first major film to be postponed due to Corona. Instead of the beginning of April, “No Time to Die” will be released on November 12, 2020. To get you in the mood, there is now an action-packed new trailer:
If the 25th Bond film “No Time to Die” had hit cinemas on April 2, 2020, we would probably be talking about the home theater evaluation of Daniel Craig’s last mission as 007 today. But Corona thwarted the cinema release.
“No Time To Die” (the original title) was the first big blockbuster last March that was postponed due to the pandemic, which is said to have cost Studio MGM between 30 and 50 million dollars. Almost six months later, the second attempt follows:
“No Time to Die” is scheduled to start on November 12, 2020 – and this time for real! And MGM seems to be in good spirits that it will finally work out. This is now underlined by the new trailer, which should now (again) get in the mood for the next appearance of the British cult agent.
“No Time to Die” is scheduled to start on November 12, 2020 – and this time for real!
By the way, there was the new and final cinema poster in advance:
That’s what “No Time to Die” is about
James Bond (Craig) actually wanted to enjoy his retirement together with Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) and finally lead the normal life that was previously denied him. But nothing will come of it for the time being. Because Bond’s old buddy Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) from the CIA needs his help to free a kidnapped scientist (David Dencik). But that is easier said than done…
In the course of his mission, Bond learns that Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) can still be dangerous even from prison, while a mysterious man named Safin (Rami Malek) appears and becomes dangerous for both of them …
Bond urgently needs reinforcement – which he gets from the double-zero agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and the CIA agent Paloma (Ana de Armas), among others.
A special Bond film
We’re excited about “No Time to Die” for several reasons: After the production struggled with some major problems – director Danny Boyle (“Slumdog Millionaire”) was replaced by Cary Joji Fukunaga (“True Detective”) -, After an additional, corona-related delay, Daniel Craig’s fifth and last 007 adventure is finally coming. Then it should really be over.
Although not yet officially confirmed, it currently seems that “No Time to Die” will also be the longest “Bond” of all time. A Russian cinema website listed the film, which was completed at the beginning of the year, with a running time of 174 minutes. This would also continue the current trend, with the exception of “A Quantum of Consolation”, the Craig missions all ran for over 140 minutes – and thus longer than almost all of the previous 007 missions.
Although not yet officially confirmed, it currently seems that “No Time to Die” will also be the longest “Bond” of all time 9movies.
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Here you can also see the original of the new trailer: