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WATCH: Trailer for ‘No Time To Die’ – just one month away from hitting Irish cinemas

‘No Time To Die’ is the highly anticipated new James Bond movie, which also happens to be arguably the most delayed movie ever.

After several delays of release, due to the pandemic, the new 007 movie is finally being released, for real this time…


No Time To Die will also be Daniel Craig’s last playing Bond, so judging by his previous four movies we’re all in for a treat.

Bond leaves active service. However, his peace is short lived when his old friend from the CIA, Felix, turns up looking for Bond’s help. 007 must now face a new villain (Rami Malek) who is armed with dangerous new technology.

Take a look at the trailer here:


No Time To Die is to hit Irish cinemas on September 30th.


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