The teaser for the new James Bond film No Time to Die has dropped and it’s epic

The new teaser for James Bond: No Time to Die has dropped – and it looks more explosive than ever.

Daniel Craig, 51, returns as the legendary movie character in his fifth outing for the film franchise, which will be released on April 3, 2020.

A teaser has been released today ahead of the full trailer on Wednesday.

It begins with Craig staring down the camera before the action we have all come to expect from Bond films kicks off.

A car can be seen somersaulting in the air during a high-speed chase.

The ante is upped further when a female star can be seen firing off rounds with two submachine guns.

  • James Bond star Daniel Craig tipped to carry on behind scenes after giving up 007

  • MI6 chief warns world is currently 'at its most dangerous since Cold War'

And then Craig is seen soaring up some stairs on his motorbike before we get a tiny glimpse at Malek as the villain.

Thousands of people have seen the clip since it was posted online this morning.

“Oh my God can’t wait to see Rami Malek as the villain,” one wrote. “He’s going to be great in it.”

Another added: “You shut up and take my money right now.”

Read More

Must-see videos

  • Hero dog bitten by venomous snake
  • Daredevil parachutes from flat
  • Elephant throws tantrum
  • Sky ‘on fire’ phenomenon

And a third added: “I can’t wait, so excited.”

The new Bond movie is seen as being the most progressive yet, with bosses reportedly banning saucy innuendos, giving 007 an electric car and eliminating plastic water bottles from the set.

But the filming has been wrought with chaos, with an explosion on the film’s set destroying part of a soundstage roof in June.

It caused a “minor injury” to a crew member.

Shooting had to be cancelled a month earlier after Craig injured his ankle and needed surgery.

And there have even been problems behind the camera, with producers having to hire multiple writers to rework the script.

No Time to Die will be the last outing for Craig, who confirmed last month that someone else would have to take up the reins.

Source: Read Full Article