'No Time To Die' hype ramps up as two new trailers, documentary, and Aston Martin stunt land

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Watch the new international trailer for No Time To Die

No Time To Die, the next James Bond film, is finally coming to cinemas this month. 

After many delays — first due to production delays, then because of the pandemic — Daniel Craig's fifth and final 007 adventure will land in UK cinemas on 30 September.

How do we know for sure this time? MGM and Universal Pictures have both launched brand new 'final' trailers for the film, Apple has announced a new Daniel Craig documentary, and Aston Martin has installed a flashy new promotional stunt in London. 

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The promotional train simply cannot be stopped again this time around.

James Bond (Daniel Craig) in No Time To Die (EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios/Nicola Dove)
James Bond (Daniel Craig) in No Time To Die (EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios/Nicola Dove)

The thrilling new international trailer (above), launched by Universal Pictures, confirmed that tickets for the 25th James Bond film will go on sale on 13 September. 

Meanwhile the US trailer (below) played heavily on Daniel Craig's five film legacy as 007 which began with 2006's Casino Royale.

Charting Daniel Craig's tenure as James Bond is Being James Bond, a new documentary that has also been announced ahead of the film's release. In this special 45-minute retrospective, Daniel Craig candidly reflects on his 15-year adventure as James Bond. 

Being James Bond is an Apple TV exclusive ahead of No Time To Die (Apple)
Being James Bond is an Apple TV exclusive ahead of No Time To Die (Apple)

It will be exclusively available to stream on the Apple TV app as a free rental from 7 September to 7 October.

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As well as all this, Aston Martin — the premium car brand that has been linked with the 007 films since 1965's Goldfinger — launched its own No Time To Die campaign today with an exclusive screening of its No Time To Die TV spot, against the backdrop of London’s Battersea Power Station.

To celebrate the return of 007’s iconic Aston Martin DB5 to the big screen, Aston Martin and Corgi also unveiled a full-size replica of the original 1965 Corgi DB5 model. (Aston Martin)
To celebrate the return of 007’s iconic Aston Martin DB5 to the big screen, Aston Martin and Corgi also unveiled a full-size replica of the original 1965 Corgi DB5 model. (Aston Martin)

To celebrate the return of 007’s iconic Aston Martin DB5 to the big screen, Aston Martin and Corgi also unveiled a full-size replica of the original 1965 Corgi DB5 model.  

Located at The Coaling Jetty, outside Battersea Power Station, the life size model which measures 5.66 metres long, 2.7 metres tall and 2.7 metres deep, replicates the original Corgi design and houses an Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation car. It will be on display until 1 October.

M (Ralph Fiennes) in 
No Time To Die (EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film/Nicola Dove)
M (Ralph Fiennes) in No Time To Die (EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film/Nicola Dove)

No Time To Die takes place after the capture of villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld (in 2015's Spectre), played by Christoph Waltz, with Bond no longer in active service.

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The film was initially due to be released in April 2020 but has suffered multiple delays because of the pandemic.

It will finally be unveiled at a premiere at the Royal Albert Hall on 28 September, and is released in UK cinemas on 30 September.

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