Trailer for "James Bond No time to die": Daniel Craig plays James Bond for the last time!

copyrightTrailer for "James Bond No time to die": Daniel Craig plays James Bond for the last time!

Daniel Craig's fifth appearance as 007 should also be his last. In the first trailer for "James Bond - No time to die", the Briton lets it crash in the service of his Majesty accordingly again.

As a worthy close to James Bond for five spectacular appearances, Daniel Craig returns to the Bond base - "Jamaica", the island where author Ian Fleming wrote all his spy novels, and retired on the 57th before his retirement as 007 in "No Time To Die" Years ago the first Bond movie "Dr. No" was filmed.

In the first trailer to "Bond 25", however, it quickly becomes clear that with the calm on the colorful Caribbean island for the ex-agent with the license to kill quickly - is over - because at the request of the CIA he goes in search of a kidnapped Scientist and thus meets the mysterious Safin (Rami Malek), who threatens the world with a new technology.

Cary Joji Fukunaga ("Beasts Of No Nation"), who replaced original director Danny Boyle in 2018, did not only shoot the agent spectacle in Jamaica but also in Norway, Italy, and Scotland. An agent adventure around the globe, as it is for 007.

Since "Casino Royale" the Bond films are much more closely related than before, which is why not only Craig returns as the title hero, but also some other old acquaintances. Also in attendance are Ralph Fiennes as M, Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, Ben Whishaw as Q, Lea Seydoux as Madeleine Swann and in the trailer finally revealed Christoph Waltz.

"James Bond 007: No time to die" runs from 8 April 2020 in Indian cinemas.


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