No time to wait! Daniel Craig’s last outing in and as James Bond is set to release on 30th September.
Fans can’t wait to see the upcoming action-thriller James Bond movie which is the 25th Bond movie, coming after a gap of six years.
The wait is over for the franchise fans of James Bond. The much anticipated next James Bond film’s “No Time to Die” is releasing on September 30th. Daniel Craig who is arguably the most popular among stars who have played James Bond, will be doing a Bond film for the last time. The movie is set to release across theatres in India on September 30, Universal Pictures announced with the release of the trailer.
Gunfights, car chases, daring stunts, fisticuffs, and, of course, Q’s fancy new gadgets are all featured in the trailer. The lastest trailers focuses on the interaction between Bond and Safin. There are also undertones of conflict between Bond and his lover, Dr. Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), as well as tension with Nomi, the new 00 agent who acquired Bond’s 007 title after he left MI6. The last trailer shows the characters in eye-catching action scenes with the slogan, “Wait Is Over.”
Covid-19 played villain
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 25th part of the fictional British spy epic has been postponed multiple times. It was supposed to premiere in London last March, with a global rollout the following month, but it was pushed back due to subsequent coronavirus outbreaks around the world.
India is fan of 007
The film franchise has a large following in India. Keeping that in mind, “No Time to Die” will be released in 9 Indian languages including, Hindi, Malayalam, Punjabi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Bengali and also in Bhojpuri. The film has been directed by Cary Fukunaga. The movie features Rami Malek as the villain, Lucifer Safin. Léa Seydoux plays the role of Dr. Madeleine Swann (from Spectre), Bond’s love interest, while Lashana Lynch takes on the mantle of the new secret agent Nomi. Readers will recall that after Bond retires in Spectre, Nomi takes over the 00 role. Ralph Fiennes plays MI6 chief, M and Ben Whishaw as MI6 quartermaster Q.
No Time to Die” is the 25th James Bond film, following a six-year hiatus. “Spectre,” which was released in 2015 marks the franchise’s last 007 movie. The gap of six year is finally over and we can’t wait to see the magic of James Bond unravel once again and maybe for the last time.