No Time To Die: everything you need to know

No Time To Die: everything you need to know

No Time To Die

After a long, interminable wait, No Time to Die finally arrives in Italian cinemas. It seemed that the pandemic had succeeded where LeChiffre and Blofeld had failed, but not even Covid prevented James Bond from completing his mission, making us live the latest chapter of the saga starring Daniel Craig, which began in 2006 with Casino Royale. What seemed like a heresy at the time, the first reboot in the decade-long saga of Her Majesty's Secret Agent, turned out to be an exciting story that delivered us a modern and human Bond, profoundly different from its predecessors, as you can read here. .

To get prepared for the vision of No Time to Die, we decided to do a little review of the events of Daniel Craig's James Bond. Contrary to the past, where they tried to maintain a mild continuity in the different changes of interpreters, with Casino Royal and they wanted to give a new impetus to the character of Bond, giving life to a reboot. An opportunity that allowed both to give the character a more contemporary dimension and to create a more defined continuity centered more on the intimate aspect of Bond.

This evolution includes the five chapters of what we can consider a real saga, consisting of:

Casino Royale (2006) Quantum of Solace (2008) Skyfall (2012) Specter (2015) No Time to Die (2021)

Rami Malek responds to complaints about No Time to Die runtime

Rami Malek has reassured critics of No Time to Die’s lengthy runtime that it will be worth every minute.

Eyebrows were raised when it was revealed that the film will be the longest Bond instalment ever, clocking in at 163 minutes (two hours and 43 minutes).

Some fans joked that they would need a “cocktail break”, while others said the runtime didn’t seem right for a Bond film.

Speaking to Digital Spy, however, Malek – who plays the villain in the forthcoming movie – promised “a gut punch every second”.

“I think when you get out of that theatre, you will be moved, you will be entertained, you’ll get everything you want from a Bond film, essentially,” he said.

“From start to finish, it is a gut punch every second.”

In the same interview, he praised co-star Daniel Craig, who is making his final outing as the super spy before stepping down from the role.

“Daniel’s just done a marvellous job,” Malek said. “It’s a great send-off for him.”


Malek and Craig star in No Time to Die along with Lashana Lynch, Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris.

The film is released on 30 September.

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