No Time to Die: Bond 25 Gets New Trailer

‘No Time to Die’ Gets New Trailer as 007

The 25th Bond — pushed back from its original April launch due to the COVID-19 pandemic — is set for release in November.


No Time to Die was pushed from its original April launch date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but today, Universal began the marketing campaign in earnest of the 25th installment of Eon’s spy franchise ahead of its delayed November release.

In a second explosive trailer, Daniel Craig’s final stint as the famed vodka-martini fan sees him up to the usual antics, crashing motorbikes over ancient Italian towns, firing machine guns that spring out of his Aston Martin’s headlamps, and discussing the imperative perennial need to save the world.

The trailer show’s more of Rami Malek’s new facially-scarred baddie Safin, reportedly out for “revenge,” and introduces fellow newcomers Ana De Armas — a high-kicking operative in Santiago — and Lashana Lynch as the “new double-o”

“You can imagine why I’ve come back to play,” says Bond, who is set to come out retirement in the story.

No Time To Die, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, became the first blockbuster to be delayed as the novel coronavirus took hold.

It’s currently due for launch November 12 in the U.K. and November 20 in the U.S. MGM is handling distribution in North America via United Artists Releasing, with Universal on international duties.

Alongside Craig, No Time to Die also stars Bond returnees Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Christoph Waltz.

Watch the trailer here.