James Bond’s No Time to Die posters show off Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch

4Dec - by bi - 0 - In Top Stories

Bond, James Bond

There’s No Time to Die, but there is plenty of time for new James Bond movie posters.

Ahead of the full scale trailer reveal for its 25th movie about broker 007, six new personality one-sheets were unveiled Tuesday, each comprising one of our six major players. Daniel Craig returns as Bond in what seems to be his final outing in the role\.

The narrative for No Time to Die starts on holiday. “Bond is not on active service when we begin the film. So, he’s really enjoying himself in Jamaica,” producer Barbara Broccoli said back when the very first details were being revealed.

This serenity is short lived, nevertheless, when Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), last observed in 2008’s Quantum of Solace, comes requesting assistance. There’s a mission involving a puzzle villain armed with dangerous technology that is new and a scientist.

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Léa Seydoux as Madeleine Swann

A familiar Spectre returns. 

Léa Seydoux, last seen traipsing across a sci-fi No Man’s Land because Norman Reedus videogame Death Stranding, creates a comeback as Madeleine Swann, the French psychologist and daughter of that SPECTRE manhood Mr. White. 

That puzzle villain? 

Is this that mystery villain we spoke of earlier? All signs point to yes. Even though details on Rami Malek’s personality are still wrapped up at the 007 vault, the actor once said,”I will be making certain Mr. Bond doesn’t have a simple ride in this.” 

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A brand new 007?

Rumors have been swirling that, with useful writing from Fleabag and Killing Eve‘s Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Lashana Lynch from Captain Marvel might just be playing a brand new 007 agent because Craig’s Bond is at retirement. This new poster lends itself. We suppose we will know more after the trailer of Wednesday show. 

Q&A

Each 007 desires their Q. Ben Whishaw returns as the tech-saavy genius behind Bond’s gadgets. 

The knives are out

Ana de Armas was only seen on screen alongside Craig in Knives Out, the whodunnit from Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. Here, in No Time to Die, she is not a normal Bond Girl, she’s a trendy Bond Girl — just one packing some heat. 

Still to be seen are fellow cast members Quicksand‘s David Dencik, Flash‘s Dali Benssalah, Velvet Buzzsaw‘s Billy Magnussen, along with returning players Ralph Fiennes (as M), Naomie Harris (as Moneypenny), and Rory Kinnear (as Tanner). 

No Time to Die is scheduled to hit U.S. theatres April 8, 2020. 

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