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No Time to Die Trailer Celebrates James Bond's Return to Theaters

A new trailer for No Time To Die celebrates James Bond's highly anticipated return to theaters. The upcoming film will the be the 25th in the long-running franchise and actor Daniel Craig's fifth outing in the role as 007. The film will also be Craig's final movie as James Bond, bringing his story full circle from Casino Royale. Thanks to the serialized nature of Craig's films as James Bond, the franchise has experienced a resurgence of sorts in terms of critical reception and box office receipts, with the third film, Skyfall, being one of the most celebrated Bond films of all time.

No Time To Die will continue Bond's story from Spectre, with Léa Seydoux reprising her role as Madeline Swan, Bond's love interest from the 2015 film. Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, and Ralph Fiennes will also be reprising their roles in the film. New to the franchise are Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, and Rami Malek. Lynch will play the newest 007, while de Armas is a CIA agent assisting Bond on his latest mission. Malek will be playing No Time To Die's villain, one with mysterious connections to Bond's past that span Craig's tenure as the character.

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Now, a new trailer celebrates Bond's long-awaited return to theaters, giving audiences a peak at what to expect from the new film. The brief, 30-second spot takes time to highlight Bond's relationship with Madeline Swan, as well as Malek's new villain. Interspersed through the clip are various bits of action sequences, some of which haven't been seen before, including a moment where Lynch's 007 and Craig's Bond fly some sort of plane out of the back of another aircraft. Check out the full clip below:

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Bond's return to theaters is certainly a cause for celebration for multiple reasons. No Time To Die was one of the first movies delayed by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, originally slated for release in April of 2020. The film has been pushed back several times, occupying different release dates for months at a time. Now, it seems like No Time To Die will finally be hitting theaters this October. As Craig's final outing as James Bond, that, too, certainly indicates that the film is not to be missed.

For those who have been following his saga as Bond, it will hopefully be answering questions about the character that have yet to be explored. Craig's iteration of the character and the films themselves have hinted at a deeper mythology surrounding 007 and now that will all come to a head in the new film. How that shakes out, and whether or not James Bond makes it out alive in the film, remains to be seen, but No Time To Die is a must-see event regardless of the outcome.

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