No Time to Die: Bond film premiere to aid ‘spy charities’

No Time to Die: Bond film premiere to aid ‘spy charities’

September 18, 2021

No Time To Die: Trailer released for official James Bond Podcast

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The cast including Daniel Craig, 53, Rami Malek, 40, and Ana de Armas, 33, and screenwriter Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 36, will attend alongside theme track singer Billie Eilish, 19.

Health workers and service personnel will be invited to the red carpet event in celebration and gratitude of their extraordinary work during the pandemic.

While a limited number of tickets have been made available for public purchase via the Royal Albert Hall website. 

This star-studded affair, which could see US Open champion Emma Raducanu swap the court for the red carpet,  marks the start of a series of premieres in 57 cities across the globe, including ten in the UK and Ireland.

Unlike previous 007 premieres, there is no public access on the day to the red carpet or viewing areas but highlights from the event will be available to view via the official 007 social media channels.

The film – the 25th outing for the secret agent and Daniel Craig’s last turn as Bond – was originally set to be released in April 2020 but faced continuous delays  because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bond is “recruited to rescue a kidnapped scientist” as he “finds himself hot on the trail of a mysterious villain, Safin who’s armed with a dangerous new technology”.

The spy’s love interest Madeleine Swann, played by Léa Seydoux, is hiding a big secret which could destroy the secret agent.

No Time to Die will show 007 living a blissful life beyond active service relaxing in Jamaica, that is until old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA shows up asking for help.

No Time To Die will be released on September 30.

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