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Bring a Baby: No Time to Die

Cary Joji Fukunaga

Daniel Craig dons the tuxedo one last time in the latest instalment in the adventures of everyone’s favourite super-spy. Cary Joji Fukunga takes over from Sam Mendes on directing duty, and with Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge brought in to tighten up the script and Billie Eilish performing the title track, expect this to be a thoroughly contemporary, stylish look at the world of Bond.

"A thoroughly contemporary, stylish look at the world of Bond."

The story picks up with Bond trying to enjoy retirement in Jamaica but as usual, his peace proves shortlived, with long-time ally Felix Leiter turning up looking for a favour. Following tradition, Bond’s mission will take him across the globe, including sun-soaked Italy, the frozen tundra of Norway, and to Scotland. Bond comes into contact with faces from his past and some new characters, most notably Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel) as fellow 00 agent, Nomi. Bond wouldn’t be Bond without a great villain, and No Time to Die recruits another Oscar-winner in the form of Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), who plays the mysterious, menacing Safin.

Daniel Craig’s time as Bond has marked a noticeable shift in tone from the previous Brosnan era, and No Time to Die looks to be pulling out all the stops (and Aston Martins) in creating a thrilling, spectacular end to Craig’s tenure.