No Time To Die will be ‘even more psychological’ than its predecessors, according to Bond girl Lea Seydoux.
And Seydoux, who is returning as Dr Madeleine Swann, has teased that it will be an emotional blockbuster.
When asked on the Official James Bond Podcast about the differences between No Time To Die and Spectre, the 35-year-old said: ‘I would say this is even more psychological and more emotional.’
The actress also feels that the movie is a ‘love story’ between Swann and Bond, saying: ‘I think it was important to see Bond in love again. I think she is his true love, the film is a love story between the two of them.
‘It’s very unusual for a James Bond film for Bond to be in love and I think it’s quite modern in a way.’
We’ll have to take Seydoux’s word for it for a while, though, as No Time To Die’s release date has been pushed back yet again.
The action film, which had been plagued by issues during production, was originally set for release in April, but was delayed until November due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now, No Time To Die has been pushed back again, and will hit cinemas a whole year after its original release date.
A statement read: ‘MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, today announced the release of NO TIME TO DIE, the 25th film in the James Bond series, will be delayed until 2 April 2021 in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience.
‘We understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing NO TIME TO DIE next year.’
Many fans have questioned the move, suggesting dropping the movie on a streaming service – like Mulan being released on Disney+ and The Witches being pushed to HBO Max – would have been a better choice.
No Time To Die is out on 2 April 2021.
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