New James Bond Movie ‘No Time To Die’ Coming Soon

No Time To Die will be the latest film as well as Daniel Craig’s last appearance as Secret Agent 007. However, prior to its release, interesting information circulated about the film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.

Launching from Digital Spy, Saturday (18/9/2021), the 25th James Bond film will have a long film duration, which is 163 minutes or 2 hours 43 minutes in total, including the opening and ending credits.

Interestingly, the duration of this film broke the record of the previous James Bond films. Other feature-length films include Skyfall, Casino Royale, and Specter.

On the official 007 Instagram page, No Time To Die will be shown in theaters on September 30, 2021. Even in some countries, tickets can already be booked. You have to be prepared too!

So far, No Time to Die is known to tell the story of James Bond 007 – Keine Zeit zu sterben film stream who must return to action after learning of an evil plan from a character named Lyutsifer Safin who kidnaps a scientist.

In addition to the short details, it is reported that the film will also feature the betrayal of Madeleine Swann, played by Lea Seydoux.

The film will also star Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Christoph Waltz, Ana de Armas, and Rami Malek.

  • Daniel Craig as James Bond, agent 007.
  • Ralph Fiennes as M, the head of MI6 and Bond’s boss.
  • Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny, a former field agent who later becomes M.
  • Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner, MI6’s chief of staff.
  • Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann, a psychiatrist who accompanied Bond on a previous mission.
  • Ben Whishaw as Q, the field equipment expert from the Q Branch.
  • Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, Bond’s friend and CIA officer.
  • Ana de Armas as Paloma.
  • David Dencik as Waldo, the villain character.
  • Lashana Lynch as Nomi.

Rami Malek is confirmed to be the main villain in this film. Dali Benssalah and Billy Magnussen are also in the cast with roles yet to be announced.

Development of No Time to Die began in early 2016. In March 2017, screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade—who have worked on every Bond film since The World Is Not Enough (1999)—were approached to write the script by producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. Sam Mendes stated that he would not return after directing Skyfall and Spectre. Christopher Nolan ruled himself out to direct. By July 2017, Yann Demange, David Mackenzie, and Denis Villeneuve were courted to direct the film. In December 2017, Villeneuve decided against the role due to his commitments to Dune ganzer film.

In February 2018, Danny Boyle was established as a frontrunner for the directing position. Boyle’s original pitch to Broccoli and Wilson saw John Hodge writing a screenplay based on Boyle’s idea with Purvis and Wade’s version scrapped. Hodge’s draft was greenlit, and Boyle was confirmed to direct with a production start date of December 2018. However, Boyle and Hodge left in August 2018 due to creative differences. During Boyle’s time as director, a leaked casting sheet described the male leading role as a “cold and charismatic Russian” and the female leading role as a “witty and skillful survivor”. Production also sought male supporting roles of Māori descent with “advanced combat skills”. It was reported at the time that Boyle’s exit was due to the casting of Tomasz Kot as the lead villain; however, Boyle later confirmed the dispute was over the script.

Production was scheduled to begin on 3 December 2018 at Pinewood Studios together with Escape room 2 ganzer film stream, but filming was delayed until April 2019 after the departure of Danny Boyle as director. The film is the first in the series to have sequences shot with 65mm IMAX film cameras. Director Cary Joji Fukunaga and cinematographer Linus Sandgren pushed for using film over digital to enhance the look of the film.

No Time to Die features the Aston Martin Valhalla.
Filming locations included Italy, Jamaica, Norway, the Faroe Islands and London, in addition to Pinewood Studios. In March 2019, production commenced in Nittedal, Norway, with the second unit capturing scenes at a frozen lake. On 28 April 2019, principal photography officially began in Jamaica, including Port Antonio. In May 2019, Daniel Craig sustained an ankle injury whilst filming in Jamaica and subsequently underwent minor surgery. In June 2019, production was further interrupted when a controlled explosion damaged the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios and left a crew member with minor injuries. Also in June 2019, production went back to Norway to shoot a driving sequence along the Atlantic Ocean Road featuring an Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Aston Martin also confirmed that the DB5, DBS Superleggera, and Valhalla models would feature in the film.

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