Singer Billie Eilish contributes the official song to "No Time to Die," the latest James Bond film starring Daniel Craig. Now you can watch the music video.
The song 'No Time To Die' by multiple Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish was released in February 2020, because "James Bond 007: No Time to Die" was supposed to hit theaters in April 2020 – before the Corona-related postponement of the blockbuster caused an avalanche of start shifts. The new date is 12 November 2020.
The release of the "No Time To Die" music video now at least indicates that the Bond launch is to be held on:
THAT'S IN THE NEW BOND
For the old agent James Bond (Daniel Craig) the time has not yet come to die, but the time of early retirement. But as has always been the case in the series, if Bond wanted to retreat into private happiness, it also runs in "No Time to Die":
James Bond is called back to duty for a particularly difficult job. He is supposed to free the kidnapped scientist Valdo Obruchev. But, as always, there is more behind the mission than it initially seems, or more specifically: there is a supervillain behind it, in this case, the mysterious Safin. He has state-of-the-art technology, Bond competes against the tech genius with his instincts and coolness.
The cast of "James Bond 007: No Time to Die" includes Lashana Lynch as the new double-zero agent, Ana de Armas as Paloma, Ralph Fiennes as M, and Christoph Waltz as Blofeld.