No Time To Die Trailer: Sorry Daniel Craig, Rami Malek outshines James Bond in his attempt to play God

No Time To Die trailer has the flamboyant British spy returning for the 25th installment of the popular franchise. Check out the trailer below.
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After much anticipation, the trailer of No Time To Die has finally arrived and you cannot bat an eye. From Lashana Lynch to Daniel Craig, the trailer is obviously an action packed one. While we thought our week couldn't get any better after the Black Widow trailer dropped, things seemed to have gotten a little bit more intense. No Time To Die trailer has the flamboyant British spy returning for the 25th installment of the popular franchise. 

From the word go, the trailer begins with a high action chase sequence featuring Bond at the wheel intensely saying, "We all have our secrets." From jumping off bridges to intense fight scenes, Craig serves it all up in true blue Bond style. Another eye catcher is Captain Marvel's Lashana Lynch as the female Bond who's threat to 'stay in his lane' couldn't get any better. 

Stealing the show is Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek as the villain who plays Safin. His fierce avatar and evil looks are enough to send some shivers down your spine. Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann and the nerdy Ben Whishaw as Q are back. Ana De Armas is effortlessly sexy and proves it every time she appears on screen. No Time To Die is awaited by fans with bated breath as it's the last time we will be seeing Daniel Craig as James Bond. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, No Time To Die is slated to release in India on April 3, 2020.

Check out the No Time to Die trailer here: 

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M asking, "where is James Bond?" Tells just that:'Bond can never retire', though the tag 007 is given to someone else.

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