A brand-new teaser video has just been released for the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die, and it confirms a full trailer will be arriving Wednesday, December 4th. No Time To Die is purported to be Daniel Craig's last time playing James Bond, having embodied the character since 2006's film Casino Royale and all the way through Spectre, which released back in 2015.
James Bond has been a film and literary icon ever since Ian Fleming first created the character in 1953. A Commander in the British Secret Service and known womanizer, Bond was based off of a number of different people Fleming himself met while in the service of the Naval Intelligence Division during World War 2. Although the character has been depicted on screen by a variety of actors over the years, including Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan, many viewers feel like Daniel Craig's version of Bond is the most relatable.
Now, a new teaser for the upcoming 25th installment in the Bond franchise, No Time To Die, has arrived on YouTube. Although it doesn't give fans much information yet, besides putting Bond in a variety of beautiful locations and alongside fancy cars, the teaser (embedded below) does reveal when a full and proper trailer will drop: Wednesday, December 4th, just three days from right now.
As the most expensive James Bond film ever shot, No Time To Die is beginning to look like it's planning on sending Daniel Craig off in a grand style. With a villain played by Rami Malek and a plot which will be attempting to tie up all of the loose ends from Craig's previous Bond entries, fans are expecting a lengthy and bombastic journey when No Time To Die finally hits theaters.
Fans will surely miss Daniel Craig's version of James Bond. Although the actor was lambasted when he was originally cast for 2005's Casino Royale for not having the physical characteristics James Bond usually does (described at length in Fleming's books) it wasn't long until popular opinion turned and even the majority of long-time fans embraced him in the role. While reports are currently circulating which say Lashana Lynch will replace Craig as a new female 007, she has yet to confirm these rumors, so right now no one is entirely sure who the next James Bond will be. One thing is certain, however: Wednesday, and the full No Time To Die Trailer, can't get here soon enough.