Bond ‘No Time To Die’ Officially Wrap Filming
Courtesy of IMDb.com
The 25th film in the franchise and what seems as actor Daniel Craig’s last time in the role has officially wrapped filming as of October 25th this year.
No Time to Die stars Daniel Craig in the main role as James Bond, with Cary Fukunaga as the director. The film also stars actress Lashana Lynch, who is rumored to be the next agent 007 after Craig, along with the ensemble of Jeffrey Wright, Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Léa Seydoux, and Christoph Waltz
Collider.com describes the eventual plot:
“[…] begins with James Bond retiring from MI6 to Jamaica where he’s visited shortly thereafter by old friend Felix Leiter […] Felix informs him of a man […] who poses a threat to the world because he’s in possession of a dangerous bit of technology,” writes Collider’s Allie Gemmill.
As of the filming, the official 007 twitter account shared this Friday a photo of the director and lead smiling together at the set with a clapperboard. The post had the caption that filming was done.
— James Bond (@007) 25 oktober 2019
Director Fukunaga shared his own picture on Instagram about the announcement. The post is a close-up photo on one of the production’s clapperboards.
The film is scheduled for an April 8, 2020 premiere.
Richard Bengtsson | Journalist.
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