Daniel Craig’s Last Film As 007 Will Officially Be Called ‘No Time To Die’
There have been 25 films in the James Bond franchise to date. Seven different actors have portrayed the iconic British superspy. The current 007 agent, Daniel Craig, is in the middle of filming his fifth and final film. After a few setbacks, the film finally has an official movie title.
Craig’s last film as James Bond will be called No Time to Die. You can check out the title reveal from the official twitter account below:
— James Bond (@007) August 20, 2019
The plot of the film will have Bond go on a rescue mission at the request of an old friend to help save a kidnapped scientist. The mission becomes bigger than expected as Bond will encounter a mysterious villain who has dangerous new technology.
Cary Fukunaga will be the directing the 25th installment of the Bond franchise. Rami Malek is making his introduction as the mysterious villain. Returning are Christoph Waltz, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, and Lea Seydoux. Ana de Armas, LaShana Lynch, and Billy Magnussen are among the newcomers to the franchise.
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No Time to Die will be in theaters April 8, 2020.