No Time to Die, Daniel Craig’s last James Bond movie, has released its first trailer and it continues the series’ current trend of upending our expectations, and messing with the formula, of this almost 60-year-old franchise.
No Time to Die‘s first trailer is the best Bond movie since Skyfall.
Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond 007 seems hellbent on further pushing the Bond franchise outside of its comfort zone — and inspiring and admirable feat considering how stuck in its formulaic ways the franchise has been throughout its 57 year history.
Directed and co-written by the great Cary Joji Fukunaga, with Fleabag‘s Phoebe Waller-Bridge also working on the script, Craig’s final outing as Bond has a Skyfall visual aesthetic but pushed closer to Fukunaga’s more modern and inventive and experimental style. (That camera move early on in the trailer, that literally turns things upside down, is a very visual and figurative mission statement for the film’s intentions.)
Watch the trailer below:
Source: No Film School