A new trailer for Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film has been released. It shows off brand new action scenes and details of the new villain.
The latest trailer of the Bond Saga is out and it’s not easy to keep yourself composed for the year’s biggest action-packed flick. The film which turned out to be the first big-budget movie to get delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic was meant to be out in early 2020 by April. As cinemas in many countries across the world reopen after being shut for months, MGM studios are gearing up for the launch of Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film by November. The month for the stated release of the film is already jam-packed with some big-budget flicks like MCU’s Black Widow and Disney Pixar’s Soul. Check out the newly released trailer below:
Earlier this year, a Super Bowl commercial for No Time to Die was bought by MGM Studios for Daniel Craig’s final outcast as the titular spy, James Bond. All went in vain and caused the studios who were seeking to make a big splash at the Super Bowl a considerable amount of money. With the film just 2 months away from us, the campaigning and promotions have revved up.
Talking about the trailer which deals with a masked villain Safin (Rami Malek) and his likely world-changing plan, we have been provided with some more insights about the film’s plot. In the trailer, the debutant of the saga Lashana Lynch’s character Nomi, the ‘new 00′ says “he’s going to kill millions” (presumably Safin), to which Bond warns: “If we don’t do this, there will be nothing left to save.”
What draws our attention in the trailer is Rami Malek’s character Safin’s possible connections to Madeleine Swann. The studios in their previous promotions have highlighted Madeleine’s secret and the aftermath of it being revealed.
The trailer has given us a complete look at the supporting cast of the film as well. Lashana Lynch who previously starred alongside Brie Larson in MCU’s Captain Marvel is a debutant of the Bond franchise and is being introduced as a new 00’. Ana de Armas who is enacting the role of Paloma, the potential bond girl was also seen in the trailer with her jaw-dropping maneuvers. She will be reuniting her Knives Out co-star detective Daniel Craig, for the second time. The film also stars Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw
With Disney’s Mulan dropping the idea of a silver screen release and switching to online streaming, MGM studios have by far not opted to walk on a similar path. With Tenet and New Mutant out in theatres, it will be the analytics of the numerous movie-goers and forthcoming situations of the pandemic which could help MGM decide on what platform the next Bond film would be best suited to watch. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the film’s title track is sung by the young grammy award winner Billie Eilish.
The film at the moment has a release date of November 12 in the UK and November 20 in the US. However, the dates could change if the COVID pandemic takes a toll.