- The new trailer was shared on Thursday.
- ‘No Time To Die’ is Daniel Craig’s film as Bond
- It also marks the 25th film in the Bond franchise.
Daniel Craig’s new trailer No time to die released Thursday and turned out to be a treasure box of secrets, plot twists, and unpredictable twists. The new trailer is basically an elaborate version of the first, featuring frequent glimpses of Dr. Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), Bond’s love interest. The new trailer hints that Bond resigned from MI6 (the UK’s secret intelligence service) for Swann and now his “secret” resurfaced has forced him to “play again.” One of the most interesting parts about No time to die is the villain – a scar in front of Safin – portrayed by Oscar-winning actor Rami Malek. Seriously, he doesn’t have any chills because all he wants is his “revenge” and the woman Bond has a crush on. “When his secret finds its way out, that will be your end,” James Bond is told in the trailer.
Unlike the first trailer, Rami Malek has a dialogue in this one, the weight of which is felt by Bond and the audience: “We both eradicate people to make the world a better place. I just want to be a little more orderly,” he tells James Bond.
Actress Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel star), who was assigned the 007 license to kill after James Bond left active duty, dominates a number of important sequences in the trailer. In the action-packed trailer, she fights side by side with James Bond on his mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, and they also have some sharp exchanges between them. The trailer also shows actors Ralph Fiennes as MI6 Director M; Ana de Armas, chosen as the new MI6 agent; Christoph Waltz, who reprises the role of the old Bond villain, Ernst Stavro Blofeld, and Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, one of Bond’s trusted accomplices.
No time to die it will be Daniel Craig’s farewell film as James Bond. We will leave the new trailer of No time to die blow your mind one scene at a time:
Here is the first trailer for No time to die, which had set the internet back when it launched in December last year. Twitter is particularly obsessed with the appearance of Rami Malek and we totally understand that.
Last year, an explosion at Britain’s Pinewood Studios in June damaged the film’s sets, causing a minor injury, the AFP news agency previously reported. At some point during the filming of the movie, even Daniel Craig had to opt for ankle surgery due to an injury on set in Jamaica. No time to die It was initially scheduled to hit screens in April of this year, but the new release date now falls in November.