No Time To Die is Craig’s last movie in which portray the iconic character of the Agent 007, James Bond.
Craig’s last time on the sets of the movie couldn’t have been easy on him. Find out all about his experience with the final 007 movie here.
No Time To Die
No Time To Die is an English spy action movie. The movie, like the rest of Bond movies, takes place in the MI6, the super-covert agency of England.
The movie has the longest pre-title sequence in the history of all Bond movies.
Bond is one of the agents of MI6, Agent 007. But he’s much more than that. He’s the idol of all other agents and is much-respected in the agency.
Bond retired from active service a long time ago to enjoy a tranquil retirement on a quiet island. However, he couldn’t say no when an old friend approached him in the hour of need.
Valdo Obruchev, a well-known scientist, has gone missing. Determined to find Obruchev, Bond returns to MI6. On his return, he finds the agency different from how he left it years ago.
Watch the trailer of the movie here.
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The movie was initially set to release on April 10th, 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it had to be delayed.
The production team have now declared a new date for its release: November 25th, 2020.
Craig Reflects On His Journey Of Preparing For The Role
Daniel Craig, the 52 years old English actor, has earned most of the fame he possesses from his character in the James Bond movies.
His first Bond movie, Casino Royale, hit the theatres in November 2006. After 2006, he portrayed Bond in three more movies.
After Spectre, Craig Decided that his time with the Bond franchise was over. However, he was convinced into working as Agent 007 for one last time in the upcoming No Time To Die.
Craig talks about his experience of preparing to play the agent in another action thriller. His family was not exactly happy with his decision to work again, but eventually forgave him.
The movie proved to be a difficult journey for Craig both physically as well as mentally. However, the most difficult part of it all turned out to be his last day on the set.
It was an emotional time for all the cast and crew, knowing Craig will not return to resume his character. Craig remembers how everybody asked him to say a few words. But he was so overwhelmed that words didn’t come out.
Watch the movie in theatres this November.