The 25th James Bond adventure is set to arrive in cinemas Nov. 20.
No Time To Die
Daniel Craig in 'No Time to Die'
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Is 007's license to kill still valid? Cinemagoers will find out when the much delayed 25th James Bond movie — and almost certainly the last to star Daniel Craig as history's most famous fictional spy — No Time to Die is released on Nov. 20.

No Time to Die was first set to debut in November 2019, but was pushed to April 2020 after the movie's original director, Danny Boyle, left the project and was replaced by Cary Fukunaga. In March, it was announced that the film was being delayed again because of the coronavirus pandemic.

How certain are the film's producers and distributors that No Time to Die will be arriving in cinemas this November? Certain enough to release a new trailer for the film, whose cast also includes Rami MalekLéa SeydouxLashana LynchAna de Armas, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, Ralph Fiennes, and Christoph Waltz.

In his latest adventure, Bond is lured back into the spy game by his old CIA pal Felix Leiter (Wright), who asks him for help rescuing a kidnapped scientist (David Dencik, from Top of the Lake). This leads Bond to Cuba and onto the trail of Malek’s mysterious Safin. “He’s really a mean old thing,” producer Barbara Broccoli said of the villain last year.

Watch that new trailer above.

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