'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.
Jamaica has been a significant location in several James Bond movies over the years, dating right back to 'Dr No'.
Pre-production was well underway before Danny Boyle quit the film over 'creative differences'.
Questions are being asked about how soon cinemas will be able to reopen, and whether customers will feel safe to return when they do.
The release date my have been pushed back, but we're still getting a sneaky look behind the scenes of 'No Time to Die'.
The returning star of 'No Time to Die' has revealed James Bond fans should expect waterworks from Daniel Craig's final movie.
"No Time To Die is a culmination of all that Bond has become, it's all that he's seen, all the trauma."
Billie Eilish has told fans her theme tune for James Bond movie 'No Time to Die' will be released today.
Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, longtime producers of the James Bond movie franchise, have shot down the idea that the British superspy created by Ian Fleming will ever be played by a woman.“He can be of any color, but he is male,” Broccoli told Variety in an interview published Wednesday. “I believe we should be creating new characters for women — strong female characters. I’m not particularly interested in taking a male character and having a woman play it. I think women are far more interesting than that.”People have been speculating about a new Bond ever since Daniel Craig announced that this year’s “No Time to Die” would be his last in the franchise, even throwing out female names like Priyanka Chopra and Naomie Harris. In addition, Gillian Anderson, Angelina Jolie, Emilia Clarke, Elizabeth Banks and Emily Blunt have expressed interest in following in Craig’s footsteps.Also Read: Rachel Weisz Warns Against Female James Bond: Women 'Should Get Their Own Stories'Additionally, Broccoli and Wilson explained that they haven’t started to make plans for future installations. For now, they are focused on “No Time to Die,” which has a hefty $250 production budget. Cary Joji Fukunaga directed, while Phoebe Waller-Bridge co-wrote alongside Fukunaga.Rachel Weisz, who of course is married to Craig, has warned against female Bond movies, agreeing with Broccoli that women “should get their own stories.” Craig’s fourth and final stint as Bond will be “No Time to Die,” which will hit theaters on April 8. He has long threatened to end his outing as the famed character, which began with 2006’s “Casino Royale.” But this time, it seems to be real.“I’m in total denial,” Broccoli said. “I’ve accepted what Daniel has said, but I’m still in denial. It’s too traumatic for me.”Read original story Next James Bond ‘Can Be of Any Color’ – But Won’t Be a Woman, Franchise Producers Say At TheWrap
Grace Jones was set to return to the franchise, more than 30 years after appearing in 'A View to a Kill'.
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.
The James Bond roadshow has rolled into Matera, a picturesque city in Southern Italy, to shoot new scenes for No Time To Die.
Director Cary Fukunaga is at work with Craig, Jeffrey Wright and Lashana Lynch on set in the Caribbean.
The appointment of the True Detective helmsman was announced via the official Bond Twitter account, along with a release date now slated for February 14, 2020.