'No Time to Die' is seemingly set to mark Daniel Craig's farewell to a role he has played since 2006, but it hasn't been plain sailing at all.
'Once we got into Christoph Waltz/Blofeld territory, you can’t go small again,' Cary Joji Fukunaga adds.
“What he wants and what he’s willing to do makes him a very frightening character," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga.
Daniel Craig looks the archetypal Bond in the latest new poster for No Time To Die, which has just been unveiled on social media.
Though the Oscar-winning Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody culminated with much of Freddie Mercury's story still to tell, it sounds like a sequel won't be happening.
Cary Fukunaga has said that he is 'mentally finished' with Bond movie No Time To Die, and won't be using the delay in its release to make any changes.
Questions are being asked about how soon cinemas will be able to reopen, and whether customers will feel safe to return when they do.
"No Time To Die is a culmination of all that Bond has become, it's all that he's seen, all the trauma."
Rami Malek says he pushed Daniel Craig as much as he could without being a nuisance during production on No Time To Die.
Billie Eilish has told fans her theme tune for James Bond movie 'No Time to Die' will be released today.
Of all the trailers airing during yesterday's Super Bowl in the US, the clip for Daniel Craig's final Bond movie No Time To Die was perhaps the most breathless of all.
Not only did Bohemian Rhapsody clean up at the box office, it was also the most-watched movie at homes across the UK last year, even beating Avengers: Endgame.
Following the launch of the action-packed first No Time To Die trailer, Universal Pictures has shared a batch of new images from No Time To Die. Along with a new look at James Bond’s Silence of the Lambs-esque encounter with Blofeld, the new images give us our best look yet at Rami Malek’s Safin up close.Written by Neal Purvis & Robert Wade (Spectre, Skyfall), Cary Joji Fukunaga, Scott Z. Burns (Contagion, The Bourne Ultimatum) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Killing Eve, Fleabag), No Time To Die is in UK cinemas from 2 April, 2020.It stars Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Billy Magnussen, Ana de Armas, Rory Kinnear, David Dencik, Dali Benssalah with Jeffrey Wright and Ralph Fiennes.
After days of teasing, the first Bond 25 teaser is finally here.
Six new character posters have dropped for No Time To Die ahead of the teaser launch on Wednesday, 4 December.Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, and Ben Whishaw are joined by new cast members Anna De Armas, and Lashana Lynch for the distinctive one-sheets, but most excitingly of all is the first look at Rami Malek’s villain Safin. Do we detect a hint of facial scarring at play?In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help.The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
There's a very good chance that the first trailer for the latest James Bond film No Time To Die will be released next week.
A movie about sibling disco phenomenon the Bee Gees is in the offing from the producer of Oscar-winning Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
Other than Rami Malek making clear he didn't want his Bond villain to have any religious motivation, we're somewhat in the dark about his role in Not Time To Die.
Queen drummer Roger Taylor has branded criticism of the Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody as being 'sneering and superficial'.
It seems that Rami Malek and Daniel Craig got a fair bit closer than James Bond and his antagonists usually do.
Rami Malek has revealed that he insisted upon just one thing prior to accepting his role as the villain in Bond 25: that his character wouldn’t be an Arabic-speaking terrorist, or a villain who uses religion as justification for his crimes.“It’s a great character and I’m very excited,” Malek told The Mirror. “But that was one thing that I discussed with [director] Cary Fukunaga. I said, ‘We cannot identify him with any act of terrorism reflecting an ideology or a religion. That’s not something I would entertain, so if that is why I am your choice then you can count me out’. But that was clearly not his vision. So he’s a very different kind of terrorist.”The Bohemian Rhapsody Oscar winner said that his own ethnic background, and his awareness of the importance of positive representation, drove him to the decision.Speaking of his Egyptian heritage as “the fabric of who I am”, Malek added: “I am Egyptian. I grew up listening to Egyptian music. I loved Omar Sharif. These are my people. I feel so gorgeously tied to the culture and the human beings that exist there.”As for Bond 25, Malek teased that it is “another extremely clever script from the people who have figured out exactly what people want in those movies. But I feel a substantial weight on my shoulders. I mean, Bond is something that we all grow up with.”
Rami Malek has given the turbulent production of Bond 25 a strong vote of confidence, saying that 'they have it together'.