With Daniel Craig returning as James Bond for one last time, No Time To Die is the 25th movie of the iconic franchise
The news about the delay in the release of No Time To Die featuring Daniel Craig as James Bond had broken several hearts. But there is some good news now for the fans to rejoice. They do not have to wait any longer. The 25th film of the 007 franchise is finally ready for a release.
The makers of the action thriller dropped a final trailer for the movie ahead of its theatrical release. The trailer was gritty, full of action and gave an appealing look at the villain played by Rami Malek.
The trailer revealed the release date of the film and many fans did not shy away from expressing their excitement. They took to social media to express their joy and expectations for the upcoming James Bond movie. Twitter is filled with tweets by fans that talk about the movie and how they cannot wait any longer.
Crazy to think it's ONE MONTH until #NoTimeToDie finally hits UK cinemas, September 30th— Ali Plumb (@AliPlumb) August 31, 2021
(*Touch wood, cross fingers, turn around the appropriate number of times*)
Got some really, *really* great Bond stuff on the way for you guys - genuinely so excited - so watch this space... pic.twitter.com/Zhx9kS67uY
The new James Bond trailer “No time to die” can’t wait for it🔥🙆🏽♂️— IG: CreateWithSbu (@zondi_sbu) August 31, 2021
One of the biggest highlights of the latest instalment of the iconic franchise is that No Time To Die will be Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond. Since Craig’s first Bond movie, Casino Royale, the franchise has adopted a serialised method for its films. This saw the franchise get a second lease of life, with the films becoming critically acclaimed and successful at the box office.
Some fans took to Twitter to share their thought about Daniel Craig and his run as James Bond.
No Time To Die means Daniel Craig's James Bond final role. It is sad for moviegoers & 007 fan to part with Daniel Craig's James Bond😖😢.— eiga.hollywood_lover (@EigafanL) September 1, 2021
I can't see you anymore.#NoTimeToDie #DanielCraig #JamesBond #007NoTimeToDie #007JamesBond #metrogoldwynmayer#007movie #jamesbondmovie https://t.co/Iko1u8EPEy
I like the continuing narrative concept for the Craig Bonds. (Actually feels closer to Connery's Bonds in that regard.)— 〽️att Tucker (@MattBCTucker) September 1, 2021
Just think the story went off the rails with SPECTRE. (And even to a small degree with Skyfall.) Curious to see how #NoTimetoDie deals with it. #JamesBond https://t.co/pIzTobP7LU
No Time To Die will continue Bond’s story from Spectre and will see Lea Seydoux reprising her role as Madeleine Swann. Naomi Harris, Jeffery Wright, Ben Whishaw and Ralph Fiennes will also reprise their roles in the film. Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas and Rami Malek also star in No Time to Die. The trailer has confirmed that the movie will now release in theatres worldwide on September 30.