New James Bond film title revealed as No Time To Die and we're already excited
The name of the new James Bond film has finally been confirmed as No Time To Die.
And we are already living for it.
The official 007 Instagram account confirmed the news, sharing an epic gif of Daniel Craig, suited and booted as everyone’s favourite spy.
They captioned the clip: ‘Daniel Craig returns as James Bond, 007 in… NO TIME TO DIE.
‘Out in the UK on 3 April 2020 and 8 April 2020 in the US. #Bond25 #NoTimeToDie.’
Bring. It. On.
Right on cue, fans rushed to praise the new name, explaining No Time To Die felt like a ‘classic’ name.
‘That sounds like a classic Bond title,’ one wrote.
‘I’m so excited about it. Best of luck,’ another commented.
A keen fan said: ‘Omg, omg, omg I can’t wait.’
While one said it was already their favourite Bond film – which is a little surprising as the movie is out next year…
Daniel is starring in No Time To Die alongside new villain Rami Malek, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris – among many others.
While little is known of the script – other than it’ll be epic now that Phoebe Waller-Bridge is on board – Lashana Lynch’s role will reportedly have audiences dropping their popcorn in shock.
An insider revealed ‘there is a pivotal scene at the start of the film where M says “come in 007”, and in walks Lashana who is black, beautiful and a woman.
‘It’s a popcorn-dropping moment. Bond is still Bond but he’s been replaced as 007 by this stunning woman,’ they added to the Daily Mail.
However, the gang haven’t had the easiest time of it on set, with a string of setbacks meaning filming had to be halted.
Daniel was forced to undergo surgery on his foot, after he fell during filming in Jamaica earlier this year.
The 51-year-old understandably had to take time out to recover, which reportedly threw production for the rest of the film out of sync.
‘Things were deemed to be a disaster at first. But the injury is not as severe as believed and he will be able to film while not over exerting his ankle,’ a source told The Sun at the time.
‘Daniel was furious that he had suffered an injury after spending months getting into prime physical shape.’
Thankfully, he rested up enough to get back to his Bond best, with the film releasing in cinemas next April.
James Bond: No Time To Die is released in cinemas on 3 April, 2020.
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