Final No Time To Die Trailer Teases The ‘Epic Conclusion’ To Daniel Craig’s Bond Saga
No Time To Die will mark the end of Daniel Craig’s fifteen-year tenure as British secret agent, James Bond, and the film’s final trailer teases a conclusion of epic proportions for the actor’s last outing as 007.
The latest trailer for No Time To Die, which was released via the 007 YouTube channel on Tuesday (August 31), opens with various clips from across Craig’s time in the role. Beginning with this culmination of events, the trailer points the current Bond in the direction of the saga’s endgame through interjecting snippets that read, “In the beginning, he became 007, and every mission, every sacrifice, has led him to this.” The short teaser then continues by showing off snippets of the film’s plot which show an aging Bond on the back foot as he attempts to foil the devious plots of yet another power-driven nemesis.
From what we know about No Time To Die so far, the film sets out with an out-of-active-service Bond once again drafted into a life of high-octane missions and global threats. Amidst cinematic shots of London and scenic vistas, the highlight of the latest trailer comes in the form of 007 grappling with the saga’s latest villain, Lyutsifer Safin.
Played by Oscar-award-winning actor Rami Malek, Safin looks as if he’ll make his mark on Bond’s world in nefarious style. The villain draws a number of parallels between the pair as he looks to set himself up as a true rival for the British agent. “James Bond. License to kill. In love with Madeleine Swann. I could be speaking to my own reflection.” says Safin as the trailer builds. “Only your skills die with your body and life is all about leaving something behind, isn’t it?” he concludes.
The trailer then climaxes with a number of action shots not only showing Bond’s iconic bulletproof Aston Martin DB5 soaking up damage from a torrent of machine-gun fire, but also 007 dropping out of the back of a cargo plane in a folding glider alongside Secret Intelligence Service operative Nomi.
The world premiere for No Time to Die will finally debut in the Royal Albert Hall on September 28 following a number of delays due to the global pandemic. The film will then feature its theatrical release in the UK on September 30 before releasing in the US on October 8 and in Australia on November 11. You can follow a range of the latest news and clips surrounding the film on our dedicated No Time To Die IGN page.
Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.
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