After a long hiatus, James Bond is finally coming back after 2015’s Spectre. The newest film in the 007 franchise, No Time to Die, is slated to be Daniel Craig’s last performance as the iconic secret agent. After a troublesome production with director changes and delays throughout the last few years, No Time to Die officially wrapped production on October 25th 2019.
The 25th James Bond film has been through a lot over the past few years, initially having Oscar-winner Danny Boyle attached to direct the project. Boyle ended up getting replaced by True Detective director Cary Fukunaga. The trouble did not stop there, with the movie being filmed at various locations all around the world and production was delayed even further after Daniel Craig suffered an on-set injury. Fortunately though, production has been completed and the official James Bond Twitter page made the announcement with a photo of both Craig and Fukunaga on set for the last time.
— James Bond (@007) October 25, 2019
Not much is known about the film plot-wise outside of the cast and crew, though details should surface sometime within the next few months. In fact, it;s very likely that No Time To Die will receive its first official trailer pretty soon, with high-profile blockbusters like Terminator Dark Fate and Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker on the horizon. With that in mind and also the fact it’s set for a Spring 2020 release, it won’t be too much longer for longtime 007 fans to witness the first look of the iconic spy’s next major adventure.
No Time to Die is set to release on April 8th 2020.