Open Post: Hosted By The New Trailer For “No Time To Die”

September 3, 2020 / Posted by:

The next James Bond flick, and allegedly Daniel Craig‘s last, No Time To Die, was pushed to November thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Well, November approaches and while the coronavirus numbers really haven’t changed too much in certain places (cough-The United States–cough) the movie is still on track to come out and is one of the first big studio movies getting a theatrical release post-coronavirus. You know what that means: get a gas mask for release day promo!

The Hollywood Reporter says that the good people at Universal and MGM have started up their marketing machines once more ahead of the 25th installment of the James Bond franchise. This new trailer features tons of stunts, crashes, and explosions–hopefully none that harmed any crew members

Currently, the movie starring Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Billy MagnussenJeffrey WrightAna de Armas, Lashana Lynch, and Christoph Waltz, is set to come out November 12 in the UK and November 20 in the US. There were rumors that the pandemic would push it to 2021, but Universal shot that down and looks like they’re getting into promo-mode, so all seems to be on schedule for now.

Until then, here’s the trailer which has more of Rami Malek’s Phantom of the Opera face and Ana de Armas reminding us that she’s actually an actress, and not just one-half of the pap stroll’s most prolific strollers:

If the promo machine is really back on and going then hopefully this means Daniel Craig will be getting his nipples out once more. I mean, if they want us to risk coronavirus for a movie there had best be man-nipples leading the way!

Pic: YouTube

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