“No Time to Die" explosive trailer out

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Published: September 3,2020 07:03 PM
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September 3, 2020: “No Time to Die,” the 25th movie in the James Bond franchise, unveiled an explosive new trailer on Thursday.

September 3, 2020: “No Time to Die,” the 25th movie in the James Bond franchise, unveiled an explosive new trailer on Thursday. It's been over half a year since 007 last popped up on our screens in the No Time to Die Superbowl trailer, and it looks like the James Bond team wanted to pack a punch with his return.



In the trailer to promote the film's coronavirus-postponed November release date — we see a plane that turns into a submarine, Lashana Lynch picking off bad guys in the dark, and Daniel Craig dodging out of the way of a tumbling SUV.





There's also some entertaining footage of Ana de Armas booting a guy in the head, and a bit more backstory on Rami Malek's mysterious masked villain, Safin.



The trailer packs a serious amount of action in its 2 1/2 minutes and features all the thrills fans of the globe-trotting superspy could hope for from a much awaited big-screen outing.



In the upcoming film, Bond’s (Daniel Craig) retirement in Jamaica is short-lived when an old friend, Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), comes seeking help. The former agent’s mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist puts him on a collision course with Safin (Rami Malek), a mysterious masked villain armed with new technology.





Several cast members from previous Bond films are returning in what is billed as Craig’s final outing as 007. Léa Seydoux is back as Dr. Madeleine Swann, Bond’s love interest from “Spectre,” Ben Whishaw plays the gadget master Q, Christoph Waltz reprises his villainous role as Ernst Blofeld, Ralph Fiennes is back as MI6 leader M, and Naomie Harris is Eve Moneypenny and Jeffrey Wright is Felix Leiter, a CIA field officer.



Ana de Armas and Lashana Lynch make their Bond debuts as CIA officer Paloma and fellow 00 agent Nomi, respectively.



"No Time to Die" hits theatres Nov. 12 in the UK, and Nov. 20 in the U.S.