No Time to Die Received a New Quick Look During Super Bowl LIV

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Super Bowl LIV came packed with some nice surprises during its commercial breaks, including the latest look at No Time to Die. This new 007 trailer didn’t really offer any revelations for Daniel Craig’s James Bond sendoff, but it did manage to reconfirm that there will be more than a few blood-pumping moments. In a 30-second spot, the 25th entry in the 007 franchise promises to “change everything.”

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No Time to Die stars Craig along with Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, Léa Seydoux, Jeffrey Wright, and Rami Malek. The supporting cast still gets some nice moments in the short time they are given in the Super Bowl spot, with Malek’s Safin ominously saying, “When her secret finds its way out, it’ll be the death of you.”

So far, we know the film picks up as Bond’s relaxing life in Jamaica is interrupted by Felix Leiter (Wright). A mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist soon evolves into something much more, as Bond finds himself facing down Safin.

Darren Mooney recently took the film’s first trailer under a microscope for finer examination, so make sure to give his thoughts a read.

No Time to Die says farewell to Craig when it comes to theaters in April.

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