Agent 007 is coming out of retirement to rescue a missing scientist and comes face to face with enemies from the past. Find all the details here.
James Bond is coming out of retirement and comes face to face with foes from the past in the series' 25th entry, "No Time To Die."
Prepare your armaments as we give you all the things you need to know about this upcoming action sequel.
Bond 25, or No Time To Die features Daniel Craig in his fifth and final outing as MI6 agent James Bond. Five years after defeating Blofeld, James Bond comes out of retirement in Jamaica after his old friend Felix Leiter asked for his help in recovering the missing scientist Valdo Obruchev. Bond reunites with Blofeld and estranged lover Madeleine- whose past holds a significant part in the story.
The film is set to release on November 12, 2020, for UK Cinemas and November 25, 2020, worldwide.
The film was supposed to release originally in November 2019. Some changes pushed it back to February 14, 2020, and was further delayed to April 2, 2020. Then COVID 19 came and pushed back the film once more. Hence, the film is delayed for an entire year since its original announced released date.
Daniel Craig returns as the iconic James Bond. Oscar-winner Rami Malek plays the antagonist role, Safin, who is also connected to Bond's past lover, Madeleine. Léa Seydoux stars as Dr. Madeleine Swann, Bond's love interest from the past.
David Dencick plays Valdo Obruchev, the missing scientist that Bond and the CIA has to rescue.
Lashana Lynch plays Nomi, another MI6 agent who is set to help Bond accomplish his mission. Ben Whishaw returns as gadget guy Q and Naomie Harris comes back as Bond's ally and MI6 secretary, Eve Moneypenny.
Bonds old CIA ally, Felix Leiter is also returning with Jeffrey Wright still set to play the role. Christoph Waltz is also coming back as Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Ralph Fiennes also returns as M (MI6's big boss) together with his chief of staff Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner.
Ana de Armas plays Paloma, another powerful female ally for Bond. Dali Benssalah plays Primo, a soldier Bond will meet in Italy.
Here's the action-packed official trailer for No Time To Die.
The official soundtrack for the 25th Bond movie is also titled "No Time To Die" performed and co-written by the Bad Guy singer, Billie Eilish. Her brother Finneas O'Connell serves as the co-writer and producer of the track.
Cary Joji Fukunaga is the director of the upcoming sequel. His previous work included "Beasts of No Nation" and "Jane Eyre."
Fukanaga replaced Danny Boyle after he was removed from the project due to creative differences with Daniel Craig and producer Barbara Broccoli.
The differences remain unknown, however, there were rumors that Boyle wanted to kill James Bond at the end of the film.
Boyle's departure caused the film's production delay from December 2018 to April 2019.