The long-delayed film of Agent 007 promises to live up to expectations and reveals a hopeful tidbit.
The new James Bond film and Daniel Craig’s latest title agent, “No Time to Die,” has probably been one of the most anticipated and, at the same time, one of the hardest hit by the pandemic. With a debut initially scheduled for April 2020, MGM’s mega proposition was repeatedly postponed, and many feared this would happen again with the advancement of the Delta strain.
However, facing the premiere of next October, the study has made it clear that it will not go back with the 25th film of agent 007. This is how he has thrown all the meat on the grill with a shocking trailer that sheds light on the mysterious villain Rami Malek and the role of other long-awaited returns.
The latest international trailer for “No Time to Die” uncovers the twisted web of heroes and enemies that James Bond will encounter throughout its history. After the “Specter” revelations, it seems that this instalment will focus on various storylines from all of Craig’s stages as 007. Old enemies become allies, some allies can become enemies, and nothing is what it seems.
In the case of Lyutsifer Safin, Rami Malek’s character, he explains how both he and James Bond “eradicate people to make the world a better place” and to see things more “ordered.”
In addition to conducting Cary Joji Fukunaga, the star repertoire is completed by Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Rory Kinnear, Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, and Ralph Fiennes. Following a series of premieres in late September, “No Time to Die” will debut in theatres in the United States on October 8, 2021.
The Path Full Of Obstacles That “No Time to Die” Has Traversed
Even before the onset of the pandemic, Fukunaga’s film had already been delayed for a year due to production problems. By the time it came to debut in April 2020, “No Time to Die” was caught in premiere limbo.
The film moved to November 2020, then April 2021, then November 2021, and finally moved to October 2021, which some thought was not going to hold.
Because the producers refused to negotiate with the various streaming services, now the film faces the challenge of recovering the millionaire sum invested, which is very difficult to achieve. With the multiple delays, the figures have risen to 457 million dollars.