James Bond: No Time To Die Character Posters Released Ahead Of First Trailer

Bond is back and he's got some posters.


The 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die, arrives in April 2019, and the first full trailer is due out later this week--it will be released on Wednesday, December 4. Ahead of that, a short teaser trailer has been released, and now we also have a series of character posters featuring not just 007, but many of his co-stars.

The posters show all the main characters from next year's Bond movie. So there's Daniel Craig as James Bond and Ben Whishaw as Q, plus Léa Seydoux, who reprises her Spectre role as Madeleine Swan. In terms of new characters, the posters feature Rami Malek as the villainous Safin, Lashana Lynch as British spy Nomi, and Ana de Armas as the mysterious Paloma. Check them out below:

Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die
Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die

No Time To Die is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, who is best known for the first season of True Detective and the acclaimed drama Beasts of No Nation. The movie also stars Ralph Fiennes as M, Naomie Harris as Miss Moneypenny, and Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter. It hits theatres on April 8, 2020.

No Time To Die picks up with Craig's James Bond out of active service and living a peaceful life in Jamaica. Obviously, it doesn't stay this way. "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," reads a line from the movie's description.

The movie was originally set to be helmed by Danny Boyle, who was announced as director in February 2018. However, he left the film in August that year last over "creative differences," leading to the movie being pushed back from its original November 2019 release slot. This will be Craig's fifth outing as Bond. In a recent interview, Craig stated that this would be final Bond movie--although of course, that's what he said after Spectre's release in 2015 too.

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