No time to die, the latest installment in the James Bond film series, has not been without its delays. However, against all odds, the arrival to the projection rooms of the most famous spy on the big screen is imminent. In that line, Through the official channel of the feature film, an unexpected advance has been published.
In fact, the 30-second clip is a celebration of Bond’s long-awaited return to theaters. In that way, this film will be the 25th in the sprawling franchise, and the fifth starring Daniel Craig in the role of 007, however, it will also be the last time we see the actor in the endearing role. With this, according to international media, a cycle is closed for the Hollywood star since his appearance in Casino Royale.
As reported by Screen Rant, No time to die will continue the story of the spy from Specter and will have Léa Seydoux in her role as Madeline Swan, the love interest of the protagonist in the 2015 film. It has also transpired that the cast will see the return of Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, and Ralph Fiennes.
In addition, it is known that the new income to the cast is Lashana lynch, Ana de Armas Y Rami Malek. In this case, explains the aforementioned medium, Lynch will play the new 007, while de Armas is a CIA agent who helps Bond on his latest mission. For his part, Malek will play the villain.
On the other hand, it has transpired that the person in charge of directing the title is Cary Joji Fukunaga, who shares credits in the script with Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Similarly, the film is known to be produced by Craig, Chris Brigham, Andrew Noakes, and David Pope.
No time to die will be the first production of the franchise distributed by Universal Pictures, after the acquisition of the rights to the series in 2015. In this sense, Collider confirms that the premiere of the film will be on September 30 in the United Kingdom, and in the United States, on October 8.
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