NO TIME TO DIE Gets Some Character Posters

Rami Malek as James Bond Villain Safin in'No Time to Die- First Look Revealed

Rami Malek as James Bond Villain Safin in'No Time to Die- First Look Revealed

The film, directed by Beasts of No Nation's Cary Joji Fukunaga, is set to be released April 2020.

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The film has Bond starting as retiring from the spy game, but his friend, Central Intelligence Agency agent Felix Leiter, asks for help. Especially when it comes to Lashana Lynch, here playing the roll of Nomi.

The Oscar victor only shows his full face towards the end of the trailer, when Bond tells him: "History is not kind to men who play God". His name isn't the instant access it used to be.

This time spherical, it's the flip of Oscar victor Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody) to return nose to nose with 007. Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) shows up, and it seems to be hinting that Swann may have her own further secrets that will be unveiled in this film. "We consider Jamaica Bond's spiritual home". When Bond returns to England from his self-imposed exile, he finds another 00 had been working with M to protect the nation - and she's even fiercer than he was back in his youth days.

The iconic catchphrase was posted on the official Bond Twitter account Wednesday to hype the reveal of the first full-length trailer for the 25th film in the action series. What do you think about the fan theories surrounding Malek's character?

"I think it's about time we had a Scottish Bond again", he added.

She completed her look with semi-sheer black tights, patent black shoes and a handbag slung over her shoulder. Not only is she drop-dead gorgeous, but she also looks like she can throw a punch. Ana De Armas is effortlessly sexy and proves it every time she appears on screen. The first trailer promises more eye-popping stunts and Craig's brooding tough guy suaveness we've come to know and love.

There's also room for the return of Ralph Fiennes, Rory Kinnear, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Wright in their various supporting roles familiar to anyone who has watched the Craig-led Bond outings up until this point.