The full trailer for the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die, will be released on December 4, but what time will it be online? The James Bond franchise has proven it’s still a popular (and profitable) one, and it will continue its expansion with its 25th film, titled No Time To Die, marking Daniel Craig’s fifth and final mission as the famous British spy.
Directed by Cary Fukunaga, No Time To Die will see James Bond on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist – but as it always happens, he will find himself on the trail of a mysterious villain, who is armed with dangerous new technology. The film has Ralph Fiennes back as M, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny, Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, Léa Seydoux as Madeleine Swann, and Ben Whishaw as Q. Those joining the franchise through this new adventure are Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, David Dencik, and Rami Malek as the new Bond villain.
With a release date of April 2020, marketing for No Time To Die has already begun, and a teaser announcing the arrival of the first trailer was released on December 1. The video did a good job in not revealing too much (or anything, really) about the plot, and fans are now patiently waiting for the full trailer to drop on Wednesday, December 4. It'll release in the morning for those in the US and in the afternoon for those in the UK. But what time specifically?
What Time Will No Time To Die’s Trailer Be Online
If everything goes according to plan, the first trailer for No Time To Die will debut on Good Morning America around 1-2 PM GMT/5-6 AM PDT/8-9 AM EDT. As it happens with all trailers released during the aforementioned morning talk show, James Bond fans can expect the trailer to be released online right away. No Time To Die hasn’t had the smoothest run so far, and it’s a relief that the first trailer is finally coming out.
Development of the film began in 2016, and it was quickly involved in a bidding war to win the distribution rights, which ended up landing at MGM and Universal Pictures. The project initially had Danny Boyle attached as director and John Hodge as writer, but both left in 2018 due to creative differences. A few months later, Cary Fukunaga was brought on board to direct and the script continued going through various treatments. Now it’s just a matter of waiting a bit longer to finally get a better idea of what No Time To Die’s tone will be, the type of action scenes Daniel Craig will be involved in this time, and what kind of villain Rami Malek will be – while also keeping some details about him a secret, of course. It’s a Bond villain, after all, and mystery is key.
- No Time to Die/James Bond 25 (2020) release date: Apr 08, 2020