The final trailer for No Time to Die is here and the release date in India has been confirmed: Thursday, September 30th. This is in line with the Bond film’s UK release date, and eight days before its US release on October 8th. India, Daniel Craig’s final appearance as 007 will be available in theaters in English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu. Unfortunately, the new final trailer for No Time to Die is only available in English yet – although you can watch two different versions of it: one made for America and one for the rest of the world. One is focused on your past and Rami Malek, while the other is more on your current circumstances. Both have flashes of action and a hint of expressionless humor.
Universal Pictures unveiled the two new No Time to Die trailers on Tuesday, with a tweet from Universal Pictures India, confirming the September 30 release date in India. The new twenty-fifth Bond film arrives at the end of a sold-out month in Indian theaters – Fast & Furious 9 starts the month on Thursday, September 2, with the upcoming Marvel movie, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings , which will be released on Friday, September 3, director James Wan’s new horror film of The Conjuring, Malignant, on Friday, September 10, and Ryan Reynolds’ Free Guy flying on Friday. Thursday, September 17th. There’s room for another movie to be released on September 24th, but whoever picks up that slot has yet to be seen. Maybe A Quiet Place II?
Ultimate US Trailer Without Time to Die
Final international trailer for No Time to Die
In addition to Craig as James Bond, No Time to Die also stars Rami Malek as the villain Lyutsifer Safin, Léa Seydoux as Bond’s girlfriend, Dr. Madeleine Swann (from Spectrum), Lashana Lynch as new secret agent Nomi who takes on 007 after Bond’s retirement, Ben Whishaw as MI6’s Q quartermaster, Ralph Fiennes as MI6 M’s boss, Naomie Harris as M’s secretary, Eve Moneypenny, Jeffrey Wright as Bond’s CIA friend Felix Leiter, Christoph Waltz as the villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld (from Spectrum), Ana de Armas as CIA agent Paloma, Rory Kinnear as M’s chief of staff, Bill Tanner, Dali Benssalah as mercenary Primo, David Dencik as scientist Valdo Obruchev and Billy Magnussen as CIA agent Logan Ash.
Behind the scenes, Cary Joji Fukunaga directs No Time To Die, a screenplay he contributed to alongside Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, Scott Z. Burns and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Time to Die went through a rocky development, with original director Danny Boyle and writer John Hodge leaving due to creative differences. Fukunaga was hired after that. The script was also heavily drafted, with The Bourne Ultimatum’s Burns and Fleabag creator Waller-Bridge being brought in for different reasons. No Time to Die was originally scheduled for April 2020, but due to COVID-19 it has been pushed back several times – first until November 2020, then April 2021 and now its current slot.
No Time to Die is scheduled for September 30th in India and the UK, and October 8th in the US. In India, No Time To Die will be released in English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu.