According to the official synopsis of “007: No Time to Die,” at the beginning of the story, James Bond (Daniel Craig) has left active duty and is enjoying a quiet life in Jamaica. But their peace ends quickly when their old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA (Jeffrey Wright) appears asking for help. The new mission involves saving a kidnapped scientist who turns out to be more treacherous than expected, leading Bond to go after the mysterious villain Safin (Rami Malek), armed with dangerous new technology.
The cast also includes Ana De Armas as a CIA agent and Lashana Lynch as the new agent to take code 007 after the Bond reform, as well as Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Harris, Ben Whishaw, and Rory Kinnear returning to previous roles. Films.
The director is Cary Fukunaga (from the first season of “True Detective”), who co-wrote the script with Scott Z. Burns and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (“Fleabag”, “Killing Eve”).
The release date of the film, which is expected to mark Daniel Craig’s exit as James Bond, was pushed back when director Danny Boyle left the scene, and Fukunaga replaced him. The April 2020 date was one of the first cinematic casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic, initially being changed to November of the same year and then to April 2021, before the current deadline of late September in European markets and October 8 in the United States.
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