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James Bond New Movie | Cast & Crew React to Trailer

James Bond New Movie | Cast & Crew React to Trailer

The trailer for James Bond’s new movie is out now and it’s not just the fans who are excited. The cast of No Time to Die got together on Good Morning America last week. Cary Joji Fukunaga, Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Rami Malek, and Lashana Lynch shared their views on the new trailer and the movie.

The iconic agent 007 has inspired millions over the years and the cast and crew of No Time to Die are aware of that.

Stars of ‘No Time to Die’ share their Views on the Trailer and the New James Bond movie

In response to a question regarding the trailer, Daniel Craig and his character, Cary said:

He’s a compelling character and he’s a character that means a lot of things to a lot of different people. This film still carries on the tradition of the previous four films with the storylines and narratives — we’re trying to wrap them up in a very exciting way.

One of the hosts asked Daniel Craig “How excited are you about getting into the tailor-made tuxedo again”? Craig responded:

If you can’t get excited about this job, I don’t know what else there is. I think the biggest surprise really is how much I enjoy it and how much I still get a kick out of it.

While praising fellow co-stars Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, and Lea Seydoux he continues:

As in every Bond film, just the most extraordinary, talented people come and get involved.

No Time to Die will send agent 007 on a path to stop Safin from succeeding in his evil plans. The villain, Rami Malek shares his thoughts on the character.

I can tell you nothing about the villain’s appearance. He is a very unnerving character though. I get to face off with [Daniel Craig] in a battle of epic proportions. Safin is a very formidable, nasty human being.

Lashana Lynch was quick to clear the air on the subject of succeeding Craig after this movie.

Naomi is a double-0 agent for sure. Skillful, swift, suave and she’s got a bunch of attitude and a whole lot is shaken up.

According to the director, No Time to Die will introduce the star of Casino Royale and Spectre to a whole new generation. Bond 25 will hit the big screens in April next year.