Final No Time to Die Trailer Delivers Bond, and Lots of Him

The wait is almost over, and we’ve got a trailer for you. It’s the final trailer, and it has everything you’d expect: snow, water, and lots of Bond. My my, is he looking handsome.

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The final trailer for No Time to Die shows a lot of Bond.


EON chose to shock up James Bond fans with a final No Time to Die teaser after many years of simmering. The plot of the next Bond film, the 25th in EON’s long-running film series and the fifth to star Daniel Craig, has remained a mystery, but based on the trailers so far, we can deduce that it involves Madeleine Swann’s involvement in some evil organization that poses a threat to long-time Bond nemesis SPECTRE. No Time to Die will be Daniel Craig’s last appearance as 007, with Ralph Fiennes, Ben Wishaw, Naomie Harris, and Jeffrey Wright reprising their roles as M, Q, Moneypenny, and Felix Leiter, respectively. Madeleine Swann, Bill Tanner, and SPECTRE boss Ernst Stavro Blofeld will all be played by Léa Seydoux, Rory Kinnear, and Christoph Waltz, respectively. Ana de Armas will play (probably) new Bond Girl Paloma, Lashana Lynch will play 00 agent Nomi, and Rami Malek will play the villain Safin. No Time to Die, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga of True Detective’s second season, will be released in UK cinemas on September 30, 2021, and in US theaters on October 8, 2021, so I’d best get started on my semi-annual series re-watch. Here’s the final trailer for No Time to Die:


The last No Time to Die teaser, like the latest Eternals video, seems like a reaction to some of the critiques made at the previous ones, as well as the marketing and general buzz around the film. First and foremost, Bond takes center stage in the trailer, with the emphasis on him and how the other characters swirl around him. But, more significantly, it isn’t continually slamming him, making light of his celebrity, and implying that he’s a long-forgotten relic who doesn’t fit in the espionage world any more. In the footage seen here, he seems more assured, whether in action or in combat with Blofeld. It may simply be misdirection to get people in the door, but if this is the tone of the film, that’s a good thing; I’m tired of deconstruction and want a Bond film where Bond is Bond. Based on the little clip of Bond discussing Nomi, it seems that her status as the next 007 is either a rumor or has been altered, and she is just another 00 agent. I wouldn’t mind her becoming 007 if they handled it right – that is, if they utilized her to demonstrate that only James Bond can do what he does (bonus points if they said “Nobody does it better”) – but today, it’s hard to trust them, particularly with all the Phoebe Waller-Bridge drama.

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Apart from that, the final No Time to Die trailer is pretty amazing on its own. There’s a lot of action, a smidgeon of sensuality, and a few more hints about the storyline. The garden in Safin’s lair reminds me of the Garden of Death on Dr. Shatterhand’s private island in You Only Live Twice, where the doctor – who turned out to be Blofeld – invited victims to come and commit themselves. (This was one of the weaker novels, and the film adaptation was much superior.) The allusions to the novels have been preserved in the post-reboot films, and I hope I’m correct about this one since I’d want to see that continue. The teaser discloses very little about Safin, which is probably for the best, but it does seem that Bond and Blofeld will be working together to defeat him — to some degree. I’m curious whether his group is a breakaway element of SPECTRE attempting to take control in the absence of Blofeld; his pontificating about making the world a better place may suggest a philosophical split with Blofeld. That would also explain why, in Quantum of Solace, Mr. White was released from imprisonment in approximately 20 minutes, while someone as strong as Blofeld remains imprisoned years later. Whatever the situation may be, I’m looking forward to finally learning what brings Bond back.

What did you think of the final trailer for No Time to Die? Are you excited to see the film? Are Margot Robbie’s scary harlequin masks a hint that she’ll be the next Bond Girl? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned for more movie news on Geeks + Gamers!

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