No Time To Die is going to be the next movie in which we’ll see 007 back in action. The movie’s already gone through a lot of problems. Sony has had to push back its release date, its star got injured during production. None of that has dampened the fans’ excitement for it, though.
No Time To Die’s Star-Studded Cast
It makes sense why it hasn’t, too. The movie has an incredible group of people working on it, both on and off-screen. In the lead role, of course, we have Daniel Craig himself as James Bond.
In my humble opinion, he’s the best James Bond we’ve ever seen. He has the charm and the looks that we’ve come to expect from Bond, and at the same time, he also has this air of a trained badass.
The rest of the cast around him is also amazing. Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Ana de Armas, Jeffrey Wright and, of course, Mr. Robot himself, Rami Malek as the villain. This ridiculous cast alone would be enough to get people hyped, but then we come to the people working behind the scenes in No Time To Die.
True Detective And Fleabag Writers Working On The Film
Cary Fukunaga, of True Detective fame, is the director on the film. He’s also one of the writers, as is Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Finally, we have the legendary Hans Zimmer who’s working on the score.
You can already hear a bit of what he’s got cooking in the new title track, which is sung by Billie Eilish this time around.
No Time To Die Release Date And A Popular Fan Theory
With such talent working on the movie No Time To Die, this is likely to be something special. So, when’s it coming out? In an ideal world, we’d already have seen this movie by now. It had a release date of April 2, 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic forced Sony’s hand. They’ve now pushed it back all the way to November 12, 2020, in the UK, and November 25, 2020, in the US.
The No Time To Die movie supposedly follows a Bond who has retired from the spy life but has to jump back into it somehow. As far as why he’s back is concerned, it might have something to do with Rami Malek’s villain, Safin. We don’t know much about the plot, or about him, but fans are speculating that he’s most likely a version of Dr. No, a classic Bond villain.
The biggest clue for this is in the movie’s title itself, “No” Time To Die. Whatever the case may be, we’ll have to wait until we can see it before we find out whether that’s true or not.