The final previews for the long-awaited James Bond thriller “No Time to Die” were released on Tuesday.
“In the beginning, he became 007,” the domestic trailer begins, featuring clips from past Bond flicks like “Casino Royale” and “Skyfall.”
The overseas release begins, “The wait is done,” alluding to the film’s difficult route to theaters.
Both teasers reveal more of Oscar winner Rami Malek’s villain Safin, who is planning a worldwide disaster in “Bohemian Rhapsody.” He informs Bond, “We both eliminate individuals to make the world a better place.” “All I want to do is be a bit neater.”
The narrative of Safin is unknown, but he appears to be such a nasty guy that even imprisoned Blofeld, played by Oscar winner Christoph Waltz, is concerned. In the foreign clip, he laughs as he informs Bond, “Now your adversary is now my adversary. What happened to cause that?”
With a smile, Bond adds, “Well, you live long enough…”
The trailer is action-packed, as expected, albeit some of the vehicle chases and high-flying moments have already been seen in earlier teasers.
“No Time to Die” (finally) hits theaters on October 8th.