They give a final tantalising taste of No Time To Die before it is finally released this month after endless pandemic postponements. In the latest tale 007, played by Daniel Craig, has left MI6 and is enjoying Jamaica before CIA friend Felix Leiter begs for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist is far more treacherous than expected, leading James onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
The gripping pictures are from new stills and the final trailer which was released yesterday on YouTube.
The movie sees our hero in scrapes in far-flung spots including Italy, Norway and London, as well as Jamaica.
The spy is reunited with his old MI6 comrades: M (Ralph Fiennes), Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris), Q (Ben Whishaw) and Bill Tanner (Rory Kinnear) as he tackles new foe Safin, played by Rami Malek.
After confirming this fifth Bond outing will be his last, Craig, 53, appears in a new retrospective about his time in the role.
He said: “I thought I wouldn’t know how to handle it, but I knew we were doing something really special.
“I literally met my trainer with a rollie and a bacon sandwich, and I said ‘I want to change’. I think I was so overwhelmed. My world had turned upside down but I’m incredibly proud and I’m incredibly fortunate to do this.”
The 45-minute documentary includes unseen footage and will launch on the Apple TV app on Tuesday.
- No Time To Die is released in cinemas on September 30, with box office tickets available from September 13.