No Time To Die

After a long and extended wait, Daniel Craig makes his final outing as James Bond in this action-packed 25th film of the series.

Following the events of Spectre, James Bond has retired from MI6 to live a quiet life with Madeleine Swann in Jamaica. But visits from his CIA friend Felix Leiter and the new 007 dare to draw him back into his old life. Both seek his help in finding a renegade scientist developing a biowarfare plan. But it will lead Bond into a dangerous and deadly tangle with Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the mysterious terrorist Safin, and force Madeleine to expose a hidden secret of her own.

Co-written by Phoebe Waller Bridge, and partially filmed in the Cairngorms, No Time to Die brings the curtain on Daniel Craig’s tenure as Bond, drawing narrative threads from his previous films to culminate a gripping story that began all the way back in Casino Royale.

“It’s better than good. It’s magnificent” The Times

“ticks all the boxes, but brilliantly” Empire

“What a joy and relief it is to have you back” Telegraph

“an epic barnstormer … delivering pathos, action drama, camp comedy, heartbreak, macabre horror and outrageous silly old-fashioned action” Guardian

12A: moderate violence, infrequent strong language

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