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No Time To Die review: Daniel Craig's James Bond exit goes out with a bang

He's got a license to kill and No Time to Die. But in Daniel Craig's final outing as the suave superspy, James Bond finally gets a life. The result is an epic, explosive and emotional swan song that throws everything it has against the wall for a genuinely unique entry in the series.
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Everyone Looked Freaking Phenomenal at the 'No Time to Die' Premiere in London

Photo: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images for EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Universal Pictures. We've slowly gotten back into the rhythm of red carpets with the gradual return to in-person award shows and film festivals over the past few months, setting the stage for the comeback of the global press tour and big blockbuster premiere. And celebrities are welcoming it back with gusto, judging from the spectacular looks we saw at the London premiere of "No Time to Die."
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Wrist Check: James Bond 'No Time To Die' London Premiere

The 25th film in the James Bond franchise, “No Time To Die“, finally got its premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night, after being put on ice for 18 months due to COVID-19. The huge event was a fitting send off to Daniel Craig, in his fifth and final...

James Bond ‘No Time To Die’: November release date, cast, and storyline

James Bond ‘No Time To Die’: November release date, cast, and storyline. The 25th instalment in the James Bond film franchise, No Time to Die, is set to release on 25 November 2021 in Malaysia. If it were not for the pandemic, fans worldwide of the iconic fictional spy would have been able to see Bond in action earlier. The last Bond film, Spectre, was released six years ago. Here are all the pre-release details revealed about No Time to Die — Daniel Craig’s swan song as James Bond.

No Time to Die free streaming at home: How to watch new Bond movie online

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No Time to Die director Cary Fukunaga breaks down a crucial early scene

In the pre-title sequence of No Time to Die (out Oct. 8), Daniel Craig's James Bond pays his respects to an old friend in a stunning European locale. "We wanted to tie up a lot of the strands of the stories from Daniel's run as Bond," says the film's director and co-writer Cary Fukunaga. Here, he reveals more details about creating this crucial moment.

Daniel Craig Bids Emotional Goodbye to James Bond in ‘No Time to Die’ Set Video — Watch

After many, many a pandemic setback, the 25th James Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” is finally upon us. The MGM/United Artists franchise entry bows in U.S. theaters October 8, and part of what makes this film already revered among fans is the fact that it’s Daniel Craig’s swan song as 007. After five James Bond entries including “Skyfall,” “Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace,” “Spectre,” and now “No Time to Die,” the English actor is hanging up his hat as the lead actor of the franchise.

‘No Time to Die’ Is Officially the Longest Bond and a Major Pain for ‘Venom’

“No Time to Die” is a done deal. United Artists has informed domestic exhibitors when tickets can go on sale (Friday, September 17 at 9 a.m. ET), when shows can start (Thursday, October 7 at 4 p.m.), and the film’s final running time (163 minutes). It’s the final act in an 18-month saga that began March 4, 2020 when Eon Prods., along with distributors United Artists (domestic) and Universal (foreign)announced that the Bond movie would move from April to November 2020. That began a cycle of schedule revisions, with the final plan of October 8 in North America and September 29-October...

Jason Momoa and his kids bond while attending 'No Time to Die' premiere

There may be “No Time to Die,” but there is plenty of family time at the movies for Jason Momoa. The “Aquaman” star took his daughter, Lola, 14, and his son, Nakoa-Wolf, 12, to Tuesday’s premiere of the latest James Bond film at London’s Royal Albert Hall. It was a...

The No Time to Die Trailer Is Like Boyhood for Daniel Craig

The name’s Craig. Daniel Craig. And now is not not the time for him to not have time to die in the trailer for No Time to Die. Over two years after we first saw an online teaser for the Spectre follow-up, we’ve got a final trailer and release date for Craig’s COVID-delayed Bond swan song. It begins with footage of Craig as 007 over the past four films before cutting to his latest adventure. Like some sort of British Toretto, he opens some sort of garage door for what we later see is his good ol’ bulletproof car. The gang’s all back together: Ben Whishaw making gadgets, Léa Seydoux wearing outfits, and Ralph Fiennes asking, “Where is 007?” right into the camera. The big bad is Rami Malek as “Lyutsifer Safin,” a foe that prompts Bond to consult with Christoph Waltz in jail, like some sort of Hannibal and Clarice villain-consulting situation. Then there’s Lashana Lynch and Ana de Armas, who each get a few seconds of action. No Time to Die hits theaters October 8.

‘No Time to Die’ Producer Says Phoebe Waller-Bridge Helped Shape ‘Whole Plot’: Not Just Female Writer

“No Time to Die” producer and Eon Productions co-head Michael G. Wilson wants Bond fans to know that Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s contributions to the upcoming new 007 tentpole go far beyond just the women characters in the film. Asked by BBC Radio 4 (via Deadline) about the “Fleabag” Emmy winner joining “No Time to Die” to punch up the script, Wilson said Waller-Bridge had “a major contribution” to the final movie. “She gave us an interesting point-of-view for several of the characters,” Wilson said. “It’s unfair to think of her as a female writer…she contributed to the whole plot of the film.” “[I...

‘No Time To Die’ Tickets Go On Sale: First Bond Film Shot In Imax 15/70MM; First Ever To Play 3D, ScreenX & D-Box Formats

After 18 months of delay due to the pandemic, tickets are finally available for MGM/United Artist Releasing/Eon’s 007 movie No Time to Die. Daniel Craig’s swan song as the MI6 agent with a license to kill opens Oct. 8 in the U.S. and Sept. 30 in the United Kingdom. The Cary Joji Fukunaga directed movie will feature 40 minutes extra of expanded Imax aspect ratio footage shot with the large format exhibitor’s 15/70mm film cameras. It’s the first Bond movie ever shot with Imax15/70 film cameras. Also, No Time to Die will be shown in 3D and RealD making it the first film in the franchise’s 59-year...

'No Time to Die' to Premiere on Germany's Newest Largest IMAX Screen Ever

No Time to Die is heading to theaters this October and it's coming in a big way. Literally. According to Variety, the fifth installment in Daniel Craig's Bond series will usher in the opening of Germany's biggest Imax screen yet. Opening on September 30th, Germany's biggest Imax screen will celebrate its opening with the premiere of the next Bond film.