‘No time to die’ will be the goodbye of Daniel Craig as James Bond. Sixteen years have passed since the premiere of ‘Casino Royale’ and many of us thought that he was willing to leave agent 007 behind, because there were even many doubts that he wanted to return after ‘Specter’. They finally succeeded and now a video has appeared online in which we see the actor saying goodbye to the team of the film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga after the end of its filming.
It does not even reach 30 seconds, but in it it is clear that Craig did enjoy filming the adventures of James Bond, and also that he knows how to appreciate the efforts of the rest of the team (“It has been one of the greatest honors of my life“) so that everything comes to fruition. In addition, he points out that he has especially enjoyed ‘No time to die’, something that we hope is reflected on the screen.
In ‘No Time to Die’ we will see how Bond leaves his retirement in Jamaica to help a friend of his from the CIA. However, the mission turns out to be much more difficult than it seemed at first glance when they discover the involvement of a fearsome villain in possession of dangerous state-of-the-art technology.
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Until now, the good James Bond films starring Craig have been the odd ones, a keynote that I hope remains in ‘No time to die’ and serves for the actor to say goodbye in style to a character that has marked his career. Of course, he has already found his new franchise, because it will not take long to see the multimillion-dollar sequels of ‘Daggers from the back’ in Netflix.
The premiere of ‘No time to die’ is scheduled for the October 1st.