The long wait is over. Fans of James Bond finally know what the next film in the spy-franchise will be called. The 25th James Bond film will be called ‘No Time Die’ and we think that’s perfect, keeping in with tradition.
The producers of the film broke the news on Twitter. They also revealed the release date for the much anticipated entry.
— James Bond (@007) August 20, 2019
No Time to Die
‘No Time To Die’ will release on 3rd April in the UK and on 8th April in the United States, according to the official tweet.
The movie will see Daniel Craig as Agent 007 for the fifth and probably the last time.
For those who have been keeping track, it wasn’t too long ago that Craig had disassociated himself from the Bond franchise over some ‘creative differences’ with the producers.
His last appearance as Bond was in 2012’s ‘Skyfall’ which became UK’s highest-grossing film and 22nd worldwide.
— James Bond (@007) August 12, 2019
He missed the last few installments of the series and had initially turned down the offer for the 25th Bond flick as well.
Besides Daniel Craig, the movie will also feature the Oscar-winning star Rami Malek as a mysterious villain. Thankfully, Rami has assured fans that his character won’t serve as another stereotypical Arab terrorist villain. Guess we’ll have to wait till next year to see what he has in store for us.