Next April, Daniel Craig’s long-awaited fifth James Bond movie hits cinemas. However, No Time To Die’s teaser trailer still hasn’t arrived. The film has been through delays and production problems, but surely it’s almost here? There was speculation that it would land on October 5 (Global James Bond Day), but that date came and went.
However, Hollywood insider Daniel Richtman – who has had previous insight on big trailers like Avengers Endgame – reportedly claims that the No Time To Die trailer will land to coincide with the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
The Disney/Lucasfilm blockbuster is set for release in the UK on December 19. Certainly, this alleged leak should be taken with a pinch of salt, as that’s quite a way away.
Similarly, Bond news site MI6 HQ’s Twitter account has pointed out that it would be odd for Universal to attach the trailer of a major film to a Disney release and that launching on the internet via social media and YouTube is more important these days than attaching it to a specific film.
Nevertheless, perhaps this means that No Time To Die’s trailer will launch online just prior to Star Wars, before playing ahead of a film that will be one of the biggest of the year in cinemas.
If anything, here’s hoping the No Time To Die trailer arrives a bit earlier than mid-December.
Meanwhile, a couple of comments across the last year appear to suggest that Daniel Craig could be back for a sixth 007 movie after No Time To Die.
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Craig has previously said that No Time To Die will be his fifth and final James Bond movie.
However, after Danny Boyle left the project and the film was delayed he appeared more coy.
At the Bond 25 live reveal in April, when asked, he said: “Maybe.”
Before quietly adding: “Yeah no it is.”
While telling another outlet: “Yes, it’s my last one. Apparently, it is.”
Nevertheless, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli reportedly wants to persuade Craig to do another, according to GMB.
While Moneypenny co-star Naomie Harris said in May to The Independent: “It’s still open – who knows?
“Genuinely I think he doesn’t know. Nobody does.
“It depends on this film and if people turn out and are like, ‘We want Daniel’ – which I think they will – then he may well be back for another one.”
No Time To Die is released in UK cinemas on April 2, 2020.