First 'No Time To Die' teaser trailer coming next week

Gregory WakemanContributor
Director Cary Joji Fukunaga actress Léa Seydoux and actor Daniel Craig pose as they arrive on set of the James Bond last movie "No Time To Die", 2019 in Matera, Italy. (Franco Origlia/Getty Images)
Director Cary Joji Fukunaga actress Léa Seydoux and actor Daniel Craig pose as they arrive on set of the James Bond last movie "No Time To Die", 2019 in Matera, Italy. (Franco Origlia/Getty Images)

Now that production has wrapped on No Time To Die, the 25th James Bond film, fans across the world are waiting with bated breath for information on when our first look at the blockbuster will arrive. 

It turns out that we might not have to wait too long for the first trailer for No Time To Die to hit after all. In fact, the first trailer for the new James Bond movie might actually arrive this week. 

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Collider reports that No Time To Die actors Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, and Lea Seydoux will be appearing on Good Morning America alongside the film’s writer and director Cary Fukunaga on the morning of Wednesday 4 December. 

Daniel Craig is Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 in <i>No Time To Die</i>, previously codenamed Bond 25. (Universal Pictures/EON Productions)
Daniel Craig is Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 in No Time To Die, previously codenamed Bond 25. (Universal Pictures/EON Productions)

There is no confirmation that the cast and director of No Time To Die are going to premiere the first trailer for the blockbuster during the show.

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However, since the movie is now just four months away, a teaser trailer is the least we can expect.

BEIJING, CHINA - NOVEMBER 12: (CHINA OUT) Actor Daniel Craig attends 'Spectre' premiere at The Place on November 12, 2015 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Visual China Group via Getty Images/Visual China Group via Getty Images)
BEIJING, CHINA - NOVEMBER 12: (CHINA OUT) Actor Daniel Craig attends 'Spectre' premiere at The Place on November 12, 2015 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Visual China Group via Getty Images/Visual China Group via Getty Images)

At the moment, all that we know about No Time To Die is that it revolves around Daniel Craig’s 007 returning to active service after a prestigious scientist is abducted. 

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If everything had gone to plan then No Time To Die would have already been released, as it was originally scheduled to hit cinemas on 8 November, 2019.

But then Danny Boyle dropped out as its director, which meant that its release date was pushed back to 14 February, 2020, before it was then decided that it would actually be released on 3 April. 

As well as Craig, Malek, Lynch and Seydoux, No Time To Die will also star Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, and Ana de Armas. 

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