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James Bond’s 25th Entry Gets Its Title: “No Time to Die”

James Bond, one of the most loved adventures cum thriller sequence has always overwhelmed the fans. In fact, fans keep waiting for the next sequel to come into action as soon as possible.

Well! Here some good news for the James Bond fans as the 25th entry from the James Bond club finally gets its name- “No Time to Die. In the meanwhile, there have been a few significant changes in the film’s crew as last year that famed British director Danny Boyle took an exit from James Bond franchise over ‘creative differences’ and was later replaced by Cary Joji Fukunaga. This was the reason that the film, which was initially expected to get a release in November 2019, got pushed to 2020.

Even though, this latest 007 adventure had faced a couple of issues in the past but, recently some good news comes with a relief as it was revealed that the 25th James Bond film will be titled, No Time to Die. This big news came from the official 007 Twitter account confirming Daniel Craig’s return to the franchise as its protagonist.

No Time to Die will be Daniel Crag’s fifth 007 film and follows 2015’s Spectre. Craig’s first 007 film was in the year 2006, titled, Casino Royale, where he took over the role from Pierce Brosnan.

As per the film’s producers, the 25th version of the franchise will be showing Bond enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica after taking an exit from his active service. However, his peace session gets short-lived as an old friend from the CIA turns up to him asking for help. Taking on the mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, Bond experiences a series of treacherous than expected events taking him onto the trail of a mysterious villain, armed with dangerous new technology.

Watch the teaser here:

Besides Craig, this entry of the film features stars like Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw, who are expected to deliver different reprising roles as M, Moneypenny and Q, respectively. Talking about the new cast members, there’s an inclusion of the Oscar winner Rami Malek, who plays the lead villain and Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch who is rumoured to be taking over from 007 at the end of the film as mentioned by Craig.

Preeti Singh

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