No Time To Die is coming out this year, and it’ll be Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond.
It’s going to be rather sad to see Craig leave the role, yet I’m looking forward to seeing how they round off his time as the British Secret Agent.
This makes No Time To Die a pretty important movie in Hollywood history.
Daniel Craig’s been instrumental in keeping Bond on the big screen and we have a lot to thank him for.
I’m pretty sure that without Craig’s dedication to the role and the franchise, I highly doubt it would be where it is today.
The previous film, Spectre might have not been the best, bit he’s given us the likes of Casino Royale and Skyfall, which were brilliant.
Anyway, his co-star, Ben Whishaw who plays Q in the Bond movies, revealed to Collider that No Time To Die will tie together all of Daniel Craig’s James Bond movies.
It’s Daniel’s last film as James Bond, so I think what they can look forward to is a kind of summing up, I guess, of all of the previous Bond films that Daniel’s done. There are strands from all of the films in it, kind of reaching a conclusion.
No Time To Die’s going to be a nice conclusion to Daniel Craig’s time as James Bond
This means we’re going to get a good conclusion to Craig’s time as Bond, which he deserves.
No actor’s given as much to the role as he has, both mentally and physically.
Craig’s not only an actor in these movies, but he’s also a producer and cares deeply about them.
It’s no wonder that he’s looking forward to calling it a day on Bond after No Time To Die.
No Time To Die is hitting UK cinemas on April 2nd, 2020 and is being directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.
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