autoevolution
Car video reviews:
 

Private No Time to Die Bond Feature Clip Wows Audience at CinemaCon

An action-packed preview clip of the new James Bond flick starring Daniel Craig and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga seems to make the entire movie fully capable of maintaining the car-mad appeal of the Bond series.
No Time to Die James Bond 8 photos
No Time to Die James BondNo Time to Die James BondNo Time to Die James BondNo Time to Die James BondNo Time to Die James BondNo Time to Die James BondNo Time to Die James Bond
"No Time to Die" is the 25th movie in the Bond franchise, and though some have performed below the standard of such classics as “Goldfinger,” this latest in the series once again features some pulse-pounding action of Bond piloting his signature Aston-Martin into the fray.

A nine-minute-long clip of the next Bond movie shown to the folks over at Insider at CinemaCon, but sadly not yet made public, seems to portend that it may be a worthy addition to the canon.

And it also shows Bond back in his beloved Aston Martin, we're told. And for our money, the piece-de-resistance of any Bond clips is the secret agent taking the wheel of his Aston Martin to escape disaster. It's what we always want from a Bond movie: a beautiful and stylish British car being put through its paces by an iconic hero to foil a set of international bad men.

Fukanaga takes the helm behind the camera for his first effort at the Bond behemoth, and he landed the deal on the strength of his previous movies such as "Sin Nombre" and "Beasts of No Nation." Fukanaga has also directed popular and stylish TV fare in "True Detective" and the Netflix show "Maniac."

As for the plot, "No Time to Die" follows Daniel Craig’s Bond after his retirement from active service for Her Majesty, but you know they’d pull him back in.

"No Time to Die" stars Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, and of course, Daniel Craig as Bond. The film opens in theaters on October 8.

 

Editor's note: Attached video shows a previously released trailer for No Time to Die.

 
 
 
 
 

Would you like AUTOEVOLUTION to send you notifications?

You will only receive our top stories