Super Bowl's No Time To Die Trailer Promises James Bond Will Be Changed Forever

If her secret gets out...

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Super Bowl LIV brought with it a slew of new movie trailers, including one for No Time To Die, the next entry in the James Bond franchise. The movie is expected to be the last with Daniel Craig starring as 007, and it is teasing some big changes for his future.

Exactly what those changes are remain a mystery, but what we do know is that it has something to do with Madeleine Swann, the returning character played by Léa Seydoux. Of course, Rami Malek's villainous Safin will also play a role. Christoph Waltz appears in the trailer too, so expect to see Blofeld have some part to play in the future of Bond.

No Time To Die is expected to hit theatres on April 10. Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, and Léa Seydoux (who also appears in Death Stranding) play M, Q, Miss Moneypenny, and Madeleine Swann respectively. Ana de Armas also joins the cast, as does Lashana Lynch, who plays the new 007 at the start of the movie.

In an unprecedented move, No Time To Die's composer has been changed late into production. Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer (The Lion King, Gladiator, Blade Runner 2049) has taken over from Dan Romer.

There have been numerous other movie trailers shown during the game, including Mulan, Black Widow, and The Quiet Place 2, among others. You can watch them all in our Super Bowl movie trailer round-up.

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