The first screening of the new film of the James Bond adventure series “No Time to Die” will start in London on September 28, the official account of the film’s Twitter account said yesterday. The premiere will begin in theaters two days later.
The world premiere was scheduled to take place in London on March 31, 2020, but was postponed several times due to the “Covit-19” epidemic.
The new date is set for September 28 at the famous “Royal Albert Hall” in the British capital, which has 5,900 spectators.
The show will feature actor Daniel Craig, who will play Michael Jr., a well-known British secret agent and producer. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli and director Gary Joji Fukunaka.
In the film, Daniel Craig plays the last agent 007, James Bond decides to retire to enjoy a quiet life in Jamaica, but his peace of mind is soon interrupted when he asks his old friend Felix Letter from the CIA. For help.
As for the “villain” in the story, he won the 2019 Oscar for Best Actor for his performance as Rami Malek, an American actor of Egyptian descent, and Freddie Mercury, the best queen singer.
Other notable participants in the film are actors Ben Visakha and Christophe Waltz, and actresses Lashana Lynch, Leah Sedax and Ana de Armas.
Young American singer Billy Elish sings the film’s official theme song “Time to Die”.
Daniel Craig chases “villain” Rami Malek at work.
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