It feels like this James Bond film should be the mascot film of the pandemic. I’m not sure anyone film has been more delayed than this movie, which could cast a little bit of a cloud over Daniel Craig’s final turn as the super spy. It may also be the first time in the franchise when one individual Bond was given a complete character arc instead of a series of stand-alone adventures.
On September 28th, No Time To Die will finally be seen by an audience at the Royal Albert Hall in London, followed by the rest of the UK on the 30th. The US and other countries will have to wait until October 8th before they get their chance to see the film which has been delayed multiple times by the pandemic.
While plot details are still under wraps, we know the movie takes place five years after the events of Spectre. Bond has retired, but events pull him back into active duty. Along with Craig, No Time To Die stars: Ralph Fiennes (M), Naomie Harris (Moneypenny), Léa Seydoux (Madeleine Swann), Ben Whishaw (Q), Rory Kinnear (Tanner), Jeffrey Wright (Felix), Christoph Waltz (Blofeld), Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, Billy Magnussen, Lashana Lynch, Dali Benssalah, and David Dencik.