New No Time to Die Poster Doubles Down on November Release
2 days ago - By Coming Soon
New No Time to Die poster doubles down on November release
Despite recent announcement delays for other high-profile films such as Wonder Woman 1984 , it looks like Universal Pictures and MGM are still committed to retaining the November release date of Cary Joji Fukunaga's long-delayed Bond film No Time to Die with the film's newly released poster. Featuring Daniel Craig in his last outing as the iconic Agent 007, you can check out the full poster in the gallery below!
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Finally, a Competent ‘No Time to Die' Poster!
2 days ago - By Slash Film
The posters for No Time to Die have not been very exciting. In fact, the posters for the entire Daniel Craig James Bond run have been rather lackluster. But hey, here's a new one that's not so bad! It's still nothing compared to those classic Bond posters, with their wonderful, stylish art design. But it's at least better than the one we got before this.
Before we get to the new poster, let's have a refresher on the No Time to Die poster that came out right before this.
Yep, kind of bad! Craig's Bond looks confused, as if he's asking, “Are you sure this movie is really coming out in...
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No Time To Die Doubles Down On 2020 Release With New Poster
2 days ago - By Cinéma Blend
Cue the theme song.
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NO TIME TO DIE: Daniel Craig's 007 Takes Aim On New Poster For Latest JAMES BOND Outing
2 days ago - By Comic Book Movie
MGM has followed up the action-packed new trailer for No Time To Die with a new theatrical poster featuring the veteran super-spy lining up a shot.
This has been confirmed to be Craig's final outing as Bond, and there's a lot of speculation that he may end up meeting his maker at the end of the movie. The fact that Lashana Lynch's Nomi is set to take over as 007 would seem to back that up, but we can't see the studio permanently killing off this iconic character.
Some spoilers for the movie did leak online a few months back , but all we really have to go on is this: a terrorist named Safin...
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