Who’s ready for No Time To Die? If you haven’t heard of no time to die yet, then you’re in luck! We have all the details about no time to die and what it has in store for viewers. In this blog post, we will discuss the No Time To Die release date as well as cast members and a trailer that was just released recently.
The release date of No Time To Die:
No Time to Die is scheduled to be released in theaters on September 30th, 2021. That is assuming those release dates hold, of course.
The cast of No Time To Die:
- Daniel Craig as James Bond
- Rami Malek as Lyutsifer Safin
- Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann
- Lashana Lynch as Nomi
- Ben Whishaw as Q
- Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny
- Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter
- Christoph Waltz as Ernst Stavro Blofeld
- Ralph Fiennes as M
- Ana de Armas as Paloma
- Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner
- Dali Benssalah as Primo
- David Dencik as Valdo Obruchev
- Billy Magnussen as Logan Ash
Trailer of No Time To Die:
There is! The last trailer for No Time to Die was released back in September 2020, months after the movie’s original release in April.
The Plot of No Time To Die:
Many of the fans are expecting no time to die as a worthy continuation of James Bond’s previous adventures. No Time to Die picks up five years after the events of Spectre, with Daniel Craig’s James Bond living in retirement in Jamaica.
The film follows him as he is pulled back into active service by an old friend (Jeffrey Wright’s Felix Leiter) and sent on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, only to find himself coming into conflict with a dangerous and mysterious new adversary.
The film promises to wrap up many of the themes and plot lines that have been present throughout the Daniel Craig era of the franchise, including his relationships with Léa Seydoux’s Madeleine Swann, MI6, and the espionage world as a whole.
Is No Time To Die worth watching:
I am no James Bond expert, but I will say that this feels like a fitting end to Craig’s tenure in the iconic role. It ties together all of his previous films beautifully and also gives us some classic Bond action scenes (car chases and slow-mo gunfights).
The pacing is great as well there are no boring moments in between, it just keeps getting better until you feel hooked by the nail-biting finale. The best thing about it though is how grounded it remains throughout while still feeling high stakes with plenty of twists along the way. This might be my favorite Daniel Craig film so far!