A new trailer for the James Bond film, “No Time to Die” is out and marks the beginning of the celebration of the long-awaited film scheduled to hit the screens in October. The new film is the 25th in the popular franchise and the fifth and final appearance of Daniel Craig as the gritty super spy. The James Bond franchise has seen a resurgence, largely because of the freshness Daniel Craig brought to the character and the serialized nature of his films. All his films have not only been box office hits but also critically acclaimed. “Skyfall”, the third movie, is one of the most celebrated bond movies ever.
The new trailer gives audiences a peek into what they can expect from Bond’s much anticipated and long-awaited return to the silver screen. The 30-second spot not only shows bits of the much-vaunted but never seen before action sequences but also the relationship of Bond with not only Madeline Swan, his love interest from the 2015 film, “Spectre” but also the new villain, Rami Malek.
The story of Bond’s escapades in “Spectre” made in 2015 continues in No Time to Die with Léa Seydoux reprising her role as Madeline Swan. In addition to Seydoux, other actors reprising their roles from previous films include Rory Kinnear, Christoph Waltz, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, and Ralph Fiennes. New characters joining the cast besides Rami Malek include Dali Benssalah, Ana de Armas, Billy Magnussen, Lashana Lynch, and David Dencik.
Cause for Celebration for Many Reasons
For those following the Bond saga. The new film promises to answer questions about Bond’s character that have not been exploring as yet. The deeper mythology surrounding the character of James Bond. That Daniel Craig’s earlier films have more than hinted at is likely to culminate in the new release. There are several reasons for people to celebrate Bond’s return to the cinemas. Not only were there multiple delays in the production. But also the film’s release became one of the first casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Originally scheduled for an April 2020 release, the film’s release has been postponing many times. Often for several months altogether but is now to start screening this October.
A Difficult Birth
Fans will need to remember that from the very start. “No Time To Die” was a film beset with many problems. There was a problem finding the director because both Sam Mendez and Christopher Nolan were not agreeable. After numerous other directors were approaching. Danny Boyle was getting the selection, but he walks out in August 2018 over differences in the script. A new director had to be found in a hurry if the release date was not to be affectionate.
And in September 2018, Cary Joji Fukunaga chose as the replacement. Even though filming is supposed to begin on 3 December 2018, it delays until April 2019. The film delays due to on-set accidents that had Daniel Craig undergoing ankle surgery. And explosions that left a crew member with serious injury. Because of the coronavirus threat, the film’s Chinese premiere and the promotional tour cancels. And Universal postponed the release to November 2020. However, now that the film is ready for release, it is certainly not to be missing.