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James Bond No Time To Die’s Teaser Trailer Reveals The First Full Trailer Will Land On Wednesday

James Bond’s next film isn’t too far away from release and being a huge Bond fan, I literally cannot wait to see Daniel Craig’s last outing as 007 in No Time To Die, and there’s now a new teaser trailer which has just landed online.

This No Time To Die teaser trailer reveals that the film’s first full trailer will arrive this Wednesday and it teases a few scenes from the movie.

It’s been quite some time since the last James Bond film was released. Spectre came out in 2015, and wasn’t universally well-received by critics and fans the world over.

That was the second Bond film to be directed by Sam Mendes after he gave us the incredible movie Skyfall, which was very much well-received and made a lot of money at the box office.

Interestingly enough, Spectre made over $63 million in its opening weekend in the UK, which is the most a film’s ever made in its opening weekend in the United Kingdom.

No Time To Die’s got a new teaser trailer

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The film went on to make over $880 million at the worldwide box office, which was good, but not quite as good as Skyfall’s total of $1.108 billion, which remains to this day the most a ‘British’ film has ever made at the box office.

Anyway, MGM Studios and Sony Pictures will be hoping that No Time To Die will break all box office records, which would be a great way for Daniel Craig to go out.

As for this teaser trailer, it doesn’t show much, but it does show some pretty cool Bondish action, which I really cannot wait to see.

What do you make of this new teaser trailer and are you looking forward to seeing No Time To Die? Let us know in the comments below.

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