A new No Time To Die trailer has come out and got fans super excited and emotional. The film would mark Daniel Craig’s last foray as James Bond.
No Time To Die has seen multiple delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. Its first trailer was released more than a year ago and the film was set to release in April 2020.
When that became impossible, the release date was shifted to November 2020 and a second trailer came out in September.
Even that release date didn’t work out, so the film was pushed to April 2021 before an October 2021 date was decided.
Now, the action movie is finally coming to theatres on October 8. In the UK, it will release a week earlier, on September 30.
What the new No Time To Die trailer shows
The 30-second teaser trailer is packed with action and music that helps build suspense. It doesn’t contain anything new — it mostly has snippets from the trailers that were released previously. We see Bond returning to his spy duties and some action and banter here and there.
But the new teaser does the work in building anticipation for the upcoming film.
In fact, it’s been a long time since the last trailer was released. This teaser was much needed as a reminder for fans to not forget about one of their favorite action films and heroes.
Speaking of heroes, Daniel Craig looks on top of his game — dashing and smart as ever in his role as James Bond.
The new trailer for No Time To Die shows him engaging in some tough action sequences, but he aces it all effortlessly.
The film will see Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, and Ben Whishaw reprise their roles. But it also brings new actors like Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, and Ana de Armas on board. It will be interesting to see how their characters play out.
No Time To Die has been helmed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.
It follows the story of a retired James Bond who is recruited to help find a kidnapped scientist. Bond soon finds himself in the middle of a life-threatening mission that involves a villain who possesses dangerous new technology.
It will be Daniel Craig’s fifth and last film as James Bond.