Daniel Craig will play the famous Agent 007 for one last time. The film hits theaters on October 1.
It is very late and, almost as a reward, No time to die save a gift for all James Bond fans. At 163 minutes, it is the longest film in the 007 agent franchise. It is two hours and 43 minutes in which to see Daniel Craig playing the famous character for the last time.
The advantage over its predecessors is vast. Spectre, the tape that until now was the longest, has 148 minutes – two hours and 28-. After her is Casino Royale (144), Skyfall (143) and 007 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (140). On the opposite side you will find Quantum of Solace, which is made up of 106 minutes. Not two hours long.
As we say, the last adventure of the MI6 agent arrives almost two years late. The initial plans of the study were to release it in November 2019. However, it was postponed until February 2020 and, later, to April 2020. Then the pandemic arrived and paralyzed everything until now. If there are no last minute changes, the film will be released in Spain on October 1.
This long process has been a totally new and strange experience for its director, Cary Joji Fukunaga. “What I haven’t experienced with this is the satisfaction that no one else sees the movie and says ‘I hate it’ or ‘I like it.’ That’s what you expect. Some people will like it. Not others. But you want to hear it. Even if you don’t want to hear it, you want to hear it“, confesses the director in an interview with ABC.
There are two weeks left to meet again with James Bond and Universal Pictures has recently published a report to get to know better the agent’s new allies: Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and Paloma (Ana de Armas). “Nomi is very prepared and is a bit cocky”, defines Lynch to his character. For Ana de Armas, “Paloma is a very intense Cuban agent” and explains how he prepared himself with a specialized team for his multiple action scenes. “There are many examples of powerful women in the movie.” You can see the rest of the video about this text.
No time to die opens in Spain on October 1.
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