After literally years of speculation on just about every possible issue (including its title, and whether or not incumbent star Daniel Craig would even be returning to the role), we finally have some sort of semblance of what the new James Bond film will look like, thanks to a 15-second clip released from the official Bond Twitter account yesterday.
And, even better, the accompanying tweet confirms that we will have a proper trailer in the next 24 hours.
— James Bond (@007) December 2, 2019
No Time to Die, which is due to be released on 2 April 2020 in the United Kingdom and on 8 April in the United States, sees a weathered Bond, portrayed for the last time by Daniel Craig, forced out of retirement by his CIA counterpart Felix Leiter, to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a famous doctor.
Starring Oscar winner Rami Malek as the requisite baddy, the film also sees the return of Lea Seydoux as Bond’s love interest, Ben Whishaw as Q, and Ralph Fiennes as M. Film studio MGM also released official posters of the characters.
— James Bond (@007) December 3, 2019
With much talk surrounding this film, which has been plagued by script issues and filming schedule disasters, it will be interesting to see how it fares, given the previous film, Spectre, failed to top the box office numbers of 2012’s Skyfall.
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