Could it be that we are finally going to see the 25th installment of the James Bond franchise? After several delays due to a pandemic and other things, “No Time to Die” is just over a month away. Directed by Cary Fukunaga, this action-packed spy thriller has teased us with some exhilarating glimpses that show off the movie’s $300 million budget. And with Daniel Craig ready to hang up his tux (allegedly), the film is sure to wrap up several storylines that fans have followed as far back as “Casino Royale”.
The final trailer for “No Time to Die” dropped today and it did what I didn’t think was possible – it made me even more excited. It starts with a cool flashback to Craig’s four other Bond movies. Then it shifts to the new film which shows Craig with a number of familiar faces: Lea Seydoux, Rami Malek, Naomie Harris, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright and Ben Wishaw. There’s also some intriguing new faces: Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, and Billy Magnussen. No need in repeating story details. Just watch the final trailer and enjoy!
“No Time to Die” is set to hit theaters October 8th. Check out the new trailer below and let me know if you’ll be seeing it or taking a pass.
I think this film is going to be epic.
I do too. Can’t wait.
Oh yes, I’ll be seeing this one on the big screen. I can’t even bear to watch the whole trailer.
It looks amazing. I’m a huge fan of Craig’s Bond, and if this is it I hope he goes out with a bang.
I am going to see this and I hope I can bring my mom to see this as this is something I feel like we need to do for my dad. He was a big fan of James Bond and he had seen every Bond film ever since Dr. No came out. I feel like a tradition needs to continue for him. Plus, he really liked Daniel Craig and the films he did (minus Quantum).
I remember you saying that. You absolutely need to keep that warm and personal tradition going!
Do you worry that we’ve seen too much? Taking into account that, what, we’ve been waiting for nearly two years now? Really liked the second trailer, going to do my best to avoid this one.
Not really. I felt this one was a terrific cake topper. Not a lot of new footage and most of it was pretty cryptic. But I really like how they mixed it with the references to Craig’s earlier Bond movies.
Has to be done! Might even watch all the previous ones back to back first!
I think I’m going to rewatch all of Craig’s Bond flicks. My kids haven’t seen them all and what better excuse to watch them all again.
This one better do well. The gaps between these films are getting long enough as it is.
Good point. The gap thing is an issue. But yep, the budget is said to be over $250 million and closer to $300 million!
If this movie doesn’t open now, the explosion you hear will be my head splattering from frustration.
Oh man, they better not pull that. Hopefully the big opening of Shang-Chi will sooth their concerns.