The final No Time to Die trailer is here. When to book No Time to Die tickets and why nobody does it better than ODEON.

James Bond (Daniel Craig) in NO TIME TO DIE, an EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film.

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The final No Time to Die trailer has dropped. And, with it, the countdown to Daniel Craig’s final Bond film has well and truly begun. M has given us the green light for this final briefing, so pay attention as we reveal the No Time to Die trailer 3 highlights, open up our Bond 25 mission files, and brief you on booking tickets and making your No Time to Die experience an all-time high.

No Time to Die release date: 30 September 2021

No Time To Die - plot and final trailer highlights

No Time to Die plot in a sentence

When a favour for his CIA buddy Felix Leiter pulls James Bond out of retirement, little does he know that he’ll uncover a global threat to humanity orchestrated by a homicidal genius whose past has not only embroils the woman he loves but also makes James’ nemesis Blofeld the unlikeliest ally of all.

No Time to Die new trailer highlights

Relationships and revelations underpin the spectacularly high-stakes final No Time to Die trailer. James Bond (Daniel Craig) brought the megalomaniac Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) to justice at the end of 2015’s Spectre, but while Bond’s step-bro is now imprisoned, it seems fate has made reluctant allies of the former SPECTRE kingpin and retired double ‘oh’. As Blofeld says to Bond with his signature creepily calm delivery, “Now your enemy is my enemy.”

M (Ralph Fiennes) stands near the Aston Martin Valkyrie in a wind tunnel in NO TIME TO DIE, an EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film.

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Their mutual foe? The sociopathic genius Lyutsifer Safin. And the nature of his relationship with Dr Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) – the woman Bond retired from MI6 to be with – is one of No Time to Die’s biggest mysteries.

Events appear to have driven a wedge between Bond and Swann – “I don’t know her at all” he says to Moneypenny coldly – bringing Safin to her door once more, and James into Safin’s deadly orbit.

Then there’s the abrasive-to-grudgingly-respectful new relationship between back-from-retirement Bond and M’s new 007, Nomi (Lashana Lynch). Nomi’s disdain for what she considers to be an antiquated MI6 agent’s meddling in her mission is clear to see.

Rory Kinnear stars as Tanner, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny and Ralph Fiennes as M in NO TIME TO DIE, an EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film..

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But later in the trailer, we glimpse the pair sharing Q’s latest (and greatest?) gadget – a micro-jet/submersible hybrid – and infiltrating Safin’s base of operations with tactical precision. Best of friends or a tactical alliance? We’ll have to wait and see.

And talking of Q, the new No Time to Die trailer gives us reassuring new glimpses of James Bond’s unwavering allies, Q, M and Moneypenny.

And, James is going to need all the support he can get – whatever Safin’s deadly plan actually entails, it’s terrifying enough to inject a rare note of panic into Bond’s voice that we don’t like one bit…

No Time To Die - all you need to know

We’ve gathered everything you could possibly want to know about No Time to Die, 007’s 25 adventures, Daniel Craig, and – looking to the future – who’s in the running to be the next Bond, right here. Enjoy.

James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Paloma (Ana de Armas) in NO TIME TO DIE, an EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film.

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When to book No Time To Die tickets and how to maximise your Bond experience

No Time to Die is released 30 September 2021, and you can book tickets to see the new Bond from 13 September using the free myODEON app or by visiting our main No Time to Die page.

But at ODEON, we don't just do movies - We Make Movies Better. So if you want to make your No Time to Die experience super special, here’s how we can help you do the spectacular climax of the Daniel Craig Bond era justice:

BE THE FIRST to watch No Time to Die at ODEON


Whatever screen you see it on, by booking your tickets for No Time to Die from 13 September you not only minimise the chance of exposure to plot-wrecking spoilers, but you’ll see Bond 25 surrounded by excited fans just like you. The atmosphere is going to be incredible! 

Go large with the biggest and best screens


A new Bond is always an event so why not push the boat out and experience No Time to Die on one of our premium large format screens? Whether you opt for IMAX, iSense or Dolby Cinema you’ll be transported to double ‘oh’ heaven by state-of-the art visuals and surround sound. 

The name’s Luxe, ODEON Luxe


Choosing to see No Time to Die at an ODEON Luxe cinema is like putting a beautifully fitted Bond tuxedo on your visit. Handmade Luxe recliners, oodles of legroom, a personal table, delectable food and drink choices and, of course, one of our premium large format screens.

Be mission-ready with Order & Collect


You’ve already waited long enough to see No Time to Die, so why not purchase your snacks and drinks ahead of time using Order & Collect on the free myODEON app? Available at many ODEON cinemas, it enables you to arrive for the film, collect your pre-ordered food and drink and get settled with all the time in the world before that iconic gun barrel swings into view.  

Official poster for NO TIME TO DIE, an EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios film.

We can’t wait to see you for Bond’s most dangerous mission yet.


 

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