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Watch: ‘No Time to Die’ trailer

Watch the newest James Bond trailer here!

It has been an interesting five years since the last James Bond movie was released. Even before 2015’s Spectre was entered theaters, there were rumors it would be Daniel Craig’s last run as the famed 007. The actor had done a great job in the role, impressing both fans and critics. Despite the praise, the actor remained silent regarding whether he would return as the MI6 agent.

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After a few years of fun rumors regarding Idris Elba and a female Bond, Craig confirmed he would be returning as the British secret agent. After a teaser this past Monday whet appetites, the full trailer was released today.

As expected, Craig looks suave as the always elegant Bond. There is also the requisite exotic locales and action needed from a Bond movie.

Craig’s last go as James Bond will hit theaters early next year. No Time to Die is scheduled to release on April 8, 2020.

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