Last week, No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond movie, was delayed until November. But it seems as if some publicity demands were already in place for actor Daniel Craig, who is playing the British super spy for the final time. Despite the film’s delay, Craig hosted Saturday Night Live this past weekend and also appears as the new cover star of GQ magazine, where he gave an in-depth interview explaining why there has been a five year gap since the previous Bond movie and the many injuries he’s sustained while playing the character. Read on for some highlights below. Read More »
No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, has become the first major Hollywood tentpole film to delay its global release because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The movie, which was slated to premiere in London later this month and open globally in early April, has been pushed all the way back to November 12, 2020 in the U.K. and November 25, 2020 everywhere else. But with worldwide concern rising as the coronavirus continues to infect more and more people across multiple countries, it seems as if MGM and United Artists Releasing (who is releasing the film domestically) and Universal (who is handling international distribution) have decided that it’s better to be cautious than to take a Bond-esque “dive in head first and deal with the consequences later” approach. Read More »
Excuse me, do you have time to die? If not, I understand – but you might want to make time to watch this No Time to Die TV spot, because it’s loaded with new footage. That footage includes Ana de Armas kicking some fool in the face – and honestly, isn’t that enough? There also appears to be some new insight into the plot of the film, which has Bond working with old enemies.
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Ready for the longest Bond movie yet? Well, you better get ready, because it looks like No Time to Die is going to clock in at almost three-hours-long. The latest (and final) entry in Daniel Craig‘s tenure as 007 has been reported by multiple sources as 163 minutes long. That would officially make it the longest James Bond movie, although all of the Craig films – save for Quantum of Solace – have had hefty runtimes.
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We’re less than two months from the release of No Time to Die, the 25th movie in the long-running James Bond film franchise, and it looks like Daniel Craig‘s 007 is going out in style.
Today, a new featurette has arrived that’s narrated by co-writer/director Cary Joji Fukunaga, in which he showcases lots of behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the film and talks about his approach to this milestone moment in the Bond saga. Read More »
Posted on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020 by Jacob Hall
Any new James Bond movie is a big deal, but No Time to Die is a bigger deal than usual. It’s Daniel Craig‘s final outing as Agent 007 and it’s also the twenty-fifth film in the franchise. That’s an astonishing number to reach and that means the Craig and director Cary Joji Fukunaga have to deliver the goods. You don’t want to mess this one up, after all.
Thankfully, the new Super Bowl spot (featuring new snippets of action-packed footage) promises something big and appropriately intense. Check it out below.
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Daniel Craig‘s James Bond era is the saga of a man eternally in the need of a break. Craig’s 007 has attempted to retire numerous times before, and his latest effort to leave the espionage world forever at the beginning of No Time to Die will inevitably also fail. But how exactly did they pull him back in? New No Time to Die plot details reveal the reason that Bond is back for one more go-around (and a last one for Craig), and what it has to do with Chrisotph Waltz’s returning Spectre villain Blofeld.
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This year sees the release of the 25th James Bond movie, No Time to Die, which is also going to be the last time we see Daniel Craig as 007. As Bond franchise owners Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson look to the future, they’re also opening up a bit about the series as a whole. In a new wide-ranging interview, Broccoli and Wilson discuss the next Bond, who will definitely be male, no matter what, but not necessarily white, and potential spin-offs that never happened.
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Over the past couple of years, teenage singer and songwriter Billie Eilish has enjoyed a meteoric rise to success. You’ve probably heard her hit single “Bad Guy” all over the place, including over the credits for Brightburn and in the trailer for Bombshell. Now, you’re about to hear even more from the Grammy winner with her next gig: singing and writing the theme song for James Bond’s next mission in No Time to Die, the final outing for Daniel Craig as 007. Read More »
A proper glimpse at 007’s next mission arrived this week with the first trailer for No Time to Die. It certainly looks like a better outing for Daniel Craig than Spectre, and considering this is his send-off as James Bond, that’s good news for fans. But the movie is still roughly five months away, so we’ll have to sink our teeth into some slick official images from the movie in the meantime
The new No Time to Die photos feature shots of Daniel Craig looking both rugged and dapper, as well as the return of Christoph Waltz as Blofeld and another facially disfigured villain in the form of Rami Malek. Plus, it wouldn’t be a James Bond movie without some ladies on the scene, including Ana de Armas, Lea Seydoux, and Lashana Lynch. Read More »