No Time To Die was originally slated to hit movie theaters in April, but the coronavirus threw a wrench into those plans.
As a result, the release date has been pushed back to November and we’re being treated to a second trailer which features plenty of action and high-profile vehicles.
Things kick off with a bang as 007 finds himself on a bridge being chased by a motorcycle and a fourth-generation Maserati Quattroporte. Of course, that’s no problem for our super spy as he grabs some cabling and jumps to safety.
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After a little bit of build up, we see an Aston Martin Valhalla in a wind tunnel. It’s just one of four models featured in the film as the DB5 makes a triumphant return, this time equipped with machine guns. The trailer also provides a glimpse of the DBS Superleggera and an old school Aston Martin V8.
Later, we can see a convoy of ‘flying’ Land Rover Defenders chasing James Bond. They’re going to wish they never caught up to him as one hits a fallen tree and rolls over as Bond shoots at it.
That isn’t the only Jaguar Land Rover product to get smashed as the clip also shows a Range Rover Sport driving up an embankment and flipping as our hero escapes unharmed in a Toyota.
Little is known about the plot at this point, but Bond has reportedly left MI6 after catching Ernst Blofeld in Spectre. He’s brought back into action by Felix Leiter and has to battle a new baddie named Safin who is being played by Rami Malek. Bond has plenty of help this time around as he’s being joined by new 00 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and CIA agent Paloma (Ana de Armas). Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris and Ralph Fiennes also reprise their roles as Bond allies Q, Moneypenny and M.