The second promotional cycle for There is no time to die is at full speed forward. After the release of the six parts No Time to Die: The official James Bond podcast, which will include interviews with Daniel Craig, director Carrie Joji Fukunaga and others, released the music video for Daniel Craig̵
There is no time to die
Billy Isle shared his new music video for There is no time to die, the theme song of the Bond movie of the same title. He is the director of a black and white video Daniel Kleinman, who has designed each series of titles for the Bond series since 1995 and includes simple scenes of Ailish singing into a microphone, interspersed with footage from the film. The song is a haunting tune that matches Eilish’s style of dark pop, while capturing the elegance of a Bond theme.
25th participation in the franchise, There is no time to die was the first major film to be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The original plan was for the film to premiere in April, but is now scheduled November 12 in the United Kingdom and beyond November 20 in North America. But with big releases like Marvel black Widow and Universal Candyman will it keep those dates until 2021 due to jumps in coronavirus cases in the US? Will all this newly created promotion be in vain? From now, There is no time to die is the only major release still hanging out in November and MGM is expected to slow it down again.
Directed by Kari Joji Fukunaga and scripted Neil Purvis,, Robert Wade, Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge,, There is no time to die is Daniel Craig ‘s last outing as 007.
Here is a summary of There is no time to die:
Bond has left active duty and enjoys a quiet life in Jamaica. His peace was short-lived when his old CIA friend Felix Leiter appeared and asked for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more insidious than expected, leading Bond in the footsteps of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
There is no time to die is ready to go to American theaters November 20, 2020…for now.
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