‘No Time to Die’ Character Posters Reveal Bond’s Friends and Foes

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The trailer for the 25th James Bond movie, No Time to Die, arrives tomorrow, however first, listed here are some character posters. They provide us our first actual have a look at Rami Malek‘s villain character, in addition to new appears at Daniel Craig‘s Bond, Ben Whishaw‘s Q trying very uncomfortable about having his personal character poster, and extra. Sadly, Rory Kinnear’s Invoice Tanner doesn’t get his personal poster – sorry, Tanner Stans. See the No Time to Die character posters under.

First up, right here’s the person himself, and his sweater recreation is on level. Daniel Craig’s Bond appears able to each shoot somebody and say “That is my final film.” Within the movie, Bond “has left energetic service and is having fun with a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his outdated pal Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for assist.” Talking of which: Felix doesn’t get his personal poster. Bummer.

Subsequent, we’ve got Rami Malek as Safin, the brand new Bond villain. There’s positively some form of creepy make-up slathered over Malek’s face right here, and he appears suitably menacing. We don’t know a lot about him apart from that he’s described as “a mysterious villain armed with harmful new expertise.” Additionally, this poster actually makes it seem like he’s carrying a cape, which is a style assertion I help.

Lashana Lynch performs Nomi, who – if rumors are to be believed – is the primary feminine 007. That’s to not say she’s the brand new James Bond, however slightly that after Bond retired, MI6 assigned the 007 code title to Nomi.

Léa Seydoux returns Dr. Madeleine Swann, and that in itself is attention-grabbing. It’s very uncommon for a “Bond Lady” to return, but Madeleine is again from Spectre. What half does she need to play on this journey? Who is aware of!

This may be my favourite of the bunch simply because it appears so misplaced. Each different character poster has the solid in badass or cool poses, after which there’s Ben Whishaw as Q, adjusting his glasses and seeming utterly befuddled that he received his personal character poster.

Final, however definitely not least, it’s Knives Out breakout Ana de Armas as Paloma. We don’t know a lot about her character – is she good or dangerous? However we do know she appears fabulous whereas clutching two weapons, and isn’t that what issues most?

No Time to Die opens April 10, 2020.

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