We’ve already had the first full trailer for No Time To Die and another 30-second teaser with new footage of Daniel Craig’s James Bond has landed. Posted by Village Cinemas, the trailer is narrated by Ben Whishaw’s Q breaking the fourth wall. He explains: “My relationship with Bond? It’s complicated.”
Q continues: “At times he can have a light touch.
“Though I do wish he’d be a bit more careful.
“He does love to jump right in.”
But it’s right in the middle of the footage where we see some new shots.
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Does Bond need a plane to reach Safin’s lair?
A previously unseen scene shows Bond with Moneypenny talking to Q.
Bond says to him: “I’m gonna need a plane to get there.”
Q replies: “Well it’s never 9-5 is it?”
From previous set photos and alleged leaks, this looks like the MI6 trio could be at Q’s home.
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But why would Bond need a plane and to get where?
Well, a couple of shots later we see what looks like a seaplane bombing a ship over the ocean.
Maybe, 007 is on his way to the lair of Rami Malek’s Safin?
Meanwhile, No Time To Die set visitors have teased a very “imaginative” Daniel Craig James Bond movie.
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In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Bond expert and author of Catching Bullets – Memoirs of a Bond Fan, Mark O’Connell, spoke of his sources who visited the No Time To Die set.
Mark revealed: “A couple of friends visited the set and saw what was going on.
“And the one word they were able to come back with was ‘imaginative’.
“This film is going to be very imaginative.” But in what way?
Well, there’s director Cary Fukunaga who is taking on his first franchise blockbuster.
Mark said: “[Cary] is a child of the ‘80s [and] he’s going to look back at the ’60s.
“But he’s not going to be too reverential of the classic era of Bond in the way that, maybe, [Skyfall and Spectre director Sam] Mendes was. I think he’s going to straddle the old and the new with this one.”
No Time To Die will be released in UK cinemas on April 2, 2020.