007 Is Back! First-Ever Teaser Reveals ‘No Time To Die’ Trailer Arriving On Wednesday

Daniel Craig will be seen reprising his role of agent 007 aka James Bond, along with actress Ana de Armas

Daniel Craig as agent 007 and Ana de Armas as Paloma in a still from the teaser (Image Credit: James Bond Twitter handle)

The very first footage from ‘No Time To Die’ movie is here, in the form of a short teaser. But the most important news is that it has revealed is the ‘trailer day’ for the ‘James Bond’ action-drama—Wednesday, December 4, 2019. Just two days from now, we will be having a proper look at what the 25th 007 film has to offer in terms of ‘newness’ in high voltage suspense, thrill, and obviously the iconic chase sequences. The upcoming film stars Daniel Craig, who will be seen reprising his role (in the fifth and final outing) of agent 007, along with new addition to the franchise, actress Ana de Armas as Paloma, and also Lashana Lynch playing Nomi—the new 007!

Early in the day, on Monday, December 2, 2019, the official Twitter page for the movie, James Bond, revealed the teaser for No Time To Die, while also informing about the trailer date. The short clip shows actor Craig in several sequences—also with an Aston Martin—doing action, and then gives a look at Armas’s Paloma, wielding guns while also shooting in a badass manner.

One will also get to be reminded of 2012’s Skyfall’s famous bike chase scene in this film as well because the teaser also shows something similar.

Within hours of being released, the teaser trailer has attracted some great reactions from die-hard lovers of ‘Bond’ movie series. While most of them are already in love with Daniel portraying 007 one last time, others are praising actress Ana de Armas being introduced to the franchise. And the fans are loving it, the way she’s shooting with the guns!

No Time To Die, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and produced by Eon Productions, will be releasing next year on April 8, 2020, in the US and UK. In India, it will be coming early, on April 3.
It will also be the first film in the series to be distributed internationally by Universal Pictures, following the end of the contract with Columbia Pictures in 2015 after Spectre.
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