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James Bond: No Time To Die tickets on sale and this is not a drill

Daniel Craig is about to make his final outing as James Bond (Picture: MGM)

Following delay after delay, No Time To Die is finally almost here – and James Bond fans can be at the ready to get their tickets.

Vue has announced that tickets for the upcoming 25th Bond film are on sale from 7:30am on Monday (September 13) morning.

Meanwhile, die-hard fans who don’t want to wait any longer than necessary can enjoy midnight screenings on release day.

It’s definitely been a long time coming.

The film – the 25th outing for the secret agent and Daniel Craig’s last turn as Bond – brings with it a cast which includes Oscar winner Rami Malek as well as Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, Lea Seydoux and Naomie Harris.

While it was subjected to many delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s finally set for release on September 30, with the glitzy premiere happening on September 28 at the Royal Albert Hall.

As Daniel prepares to step down from the role, it’s clear he’ll be going out with a bang with the trailers teasing non-stop action from the new flick.

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.

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

Meanwhile, we know that Bond’s love interest, Madeleine Swann (Lea) is hiding a big secret which could destroy the secret agent.

Most plot details are still a closely guarded secret but Ben Winshaw, who reprises his role of Q, teased that some loose ends from earlier films will finally be tied up.

‘[It was] really special. It was quite moving really. This takes threads that began in earlier films and finishes them,’ he told the I newspaper.

‘I’m gonna be intrigued to see it and how it feels, this thing that we made before this whole thing happened, and life was completely turned over.’

No Time To Die will be in cinemas on September 30.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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