Following the Super Bowl spot, another 30 second new No Time To Die trailer has landed on the E! cable TV channel to coincide with the Oscars. Captured by a fan, the new footage sees Daniel Craig’s James Bond holding Léa Seydoux’s Madeleine Swann tight as they both say “This is it” to each other. There’s also a shot of 007 by a grave in Matera, Italy – could this be Vesper Lynd’s after her Venice death in Casino Royale?
Whatever the case, Bond is holding a burning piece of paper, which appears to say “Forgive Me.”
Presumably, this is whatever terrible secret Swann has that she revealed to Craig in the first No Time To Die trailer.
A secret that Blofeld says will be the death of Bond himself.
Next up we get a new scene between Rami Malek’s villain Safin and 007.
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Rami Malek’s Safin poster
The baddie hisses: “James Bond. I’ve made you redundant.”
To which, Bond replies: “Not as long as there are people like you in the world.”
While Ralph Fiennes’ M is seen saying: “Come on Bond.”
There’s nothing particularly spoilery in this new spot, but there are some pretty conclusive vibes going on for Craig’s time in the role.
James Bond’s No Time To Die poster
Fans have been wondering if No Time To Die could actually see James Bond killed off.
Certainly, new comments from producer Barbara Broccoli seem to imply quite the ending.
Speaking with Mashable, the Bond boss said: “The story is really an accumulation of the past four films and this one, so the sort of five-film cycle.
“I think the arc of his character, particularly the emotional arc of his character is really kind of completed.”
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She added: “We feel it’s very satisfying conclusion to his movies, so hopefully the audiences will too.
“Obviously we care about each one of these films, but I think the fact that it is Daniel’s last has just given us all that extra bit of push to make it the best ever.
“I think he is really extraordinary. He’s never been better.”
The completion of Craig’s Bond’s “emotional arc” is certainly intriguing.
No Time To Die’s official synopsis reads: “Some time after the capture of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, James Bond has left active service.
“He is approached by Felix Leiter, his friend and a CIA officer, who enlists his help in the search for a missing scientist.
“When it becomes apparent that the scientist was abducted, Bond must confront a danger the likes of which the world has never seen before.”
No Time To Die is released in UK cinemas on April 2, 2020.