No Time to Die Trailer: Daniel Craig’s Final Bond Movie


At long last, after several delays and a change in director, the 25th James Bond movie is entering the home stretch and this week we have the first trailer to prove it. Daniel Craig will return to the role one last time with a story that also brings back several familiar characters including Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) and Blofeld (Christoph Waltz). However, there are also some new faces here including Rami Malek as the mysterious masked villain Safin and Lashana Lynch as the much talked about female replacement 007. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (True Detective), this looks like it will have a good mix of classic Bond elements with some new twists as they bring the Craig arc to an end. No Time to Die hits theatres on April 8th; check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.

  • I do hope they follow Silence of the Lambs in having the advising Blofeld use his “assistance” to break out (even if there won’t be a conclusion within a Craig-Waltz-trilogy then).

  • OsoDuck

    Gotta say. Love the broken Japanese noh mask on the villain.

  • colin the dude

    It looks like a feast. I’m in the tiny boat that loves or likes all the Craig films. It’s just great to see huge, adult, stunt-driven action films.

  • Matt Thephotoman

    They won’t replace James bond with a female bond, its too much of a financial risk and risk to the franchise overall. However, and I will bet my boots on this, Lynch will definitely be getting her own spin off, as is the way of things these days (007 Universe? seems odd we don’t have it already). I will also bet my trousers it involves her being taken away as a child, brought up in a ballet/ assassin school by a classic British actress- or- in the wilderness by a classic American actor, and bet my left nut she has a lesbian encounter, as apparently it seems in Hollywood these days strong, cool female action characters must be bisexual.

  • LordAwesome

    What they should do is stop trying to push her as a star. She has no charisma or star power whatsoever. If Michelle Yeoh or Halle Berry didn’t get their own spin offs (which were mooted at one point) she sure the hell shouldn’t.