With breathtaking pictures, James Bond No Time To Die promotes the next flick.


With breathtaking pictures, James Bond No Time To Die promotes the next flick.

It may be the most highly promoted film in history, but these new photos will undoubtedly entice James Bond fans to the cinema.

They deliver one last tantalizing taste of No Time To Die before it is eventually published this month, after years of delays due to the pandemic. In the latest installment, 007 (Daniel Craig) has left MI6 and is relaxing in Jamaica when CIA acquaintance Felix Leiter begs for assistance. The quest to save an abducted scientist turns out to be far more perilous than James had anticipated, leading him to a strange enemy with dangerous new technology.

The tense images come from new stills and the final trailer, both of which were uploaded on YouTube yesterday.

Our hero gets into troubles in far-flung locations such as Italy, Norway, and London, as well as Jamaica, in the film.

As he faces new nemesis Safin, played by Rami Malek, the spy is reunited with his former MI6 comrades: M (Ralph Fiennes), Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris), Q (Ben Whishaw), and Bill Tanner (Rory Kinnear).

Craig, 53, appears in a new retrospective about his stint as Bond after revealing that this fifth adventure will be his final.

“I worried I wouldn’t be able to handle it,” he continued, “but I knew we were doing something special.”

“I immediately walked into my trainer’s office with a roll and a bacon sandwich and said, ‘I want to change.’ I believe I was completely overwhelmed. My world has been turned upside down, but I’m really proud of myself and privileged to be able to achieve this.”

The 45-minute documentary, which includes previously unseen video, will be released on Tuesday on the Apple TV app.


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