The James Bond series has been a delight to watch and a treat to the eyes because the Series is returning with yet another Spy Movie featuring James Bond and his unplanned near to death missions but this time with a slight improvisation. This time James Bond has retired from his profession and yet faced cadaverous experiences. The Man with Blue Eyes in a suited tuxedo is raging to yet another mission. And as always, he would kiss success but breaking several limbs, getting injured, and breaking heads are common; without it, the action sequence would not end with a full stop.
Everything remains the same, but Daniel Craig has come for his final outing this time, and James Bond is no more 007. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the 25th Haul is adapted from Ian Fleming’s James Bond. The Critic Reviews are no more hidden, and the facts say it all that the James Bond Series has never proven to be a flop series. The Positive Reviews includes an IMDB rating of 7.7/10 and a hefty 82% of Rotten Tomatoes. Starring Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, and Ralph Fiennes in their respective lead roles.
The Opening Shot shows James Bond is no more an MI6 British Agent, and he no longer has the 007 famous titles, and currently, James Bond is enjoying a peaceful life in Port Antonio, Jamaica. However, Peace and Tranquility are short-lived (grave life issues) as James Bond is approached by a CIA agent Felix Leiter and another colleague, an American Agent, Logan Ash. Both of them seek help from Bond to join them in the rescue mission of abducted scientist Valdo Obruchev who developed a crucial yet fatal Project Heracles, which proves to be a bioweapon.
Later that night, Bond got in touch with his replacement of 007 Nomi, who confirmed with him about Project Heracles. From that point onwards, their rescue mission started as James Bond, Felix Leiter, and Logan Ash flew to Cuba, searching for Professor Valdo. Will they be able to rescue the MI6 scientist, or will the bioweapon fall into the hands of evil?
When Did “No Time to Die” Get Released?
“No Time to Die” was released on September 30, 2021, and prior to it, the grand world premiere was done on September 28, 2021, at London’s Royal Albert Hall. However, USA residents have to wait till October 8, 2021, to scrutinize and watch the 25th Haul of James Bond Series “No Time to Die.” However, citizens of Australia have to wait for another month as in Australia, and the movie will stream on November 11, 2021.
When and Where to Watch “No Time to Die”?
Sadly, none of the OTT platforms has the movie. Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HULU, HBO Max, Disney+ Hotstar no platform has the movie. The only way to watch it is until the movie hits the theatres on 8th October 2021 (USA) and you get your booking done successfully. And for the UK and other countries, the movie had already been put up in your nearest theatres since 30th September 2021.
Currently, there is no confirmation if there would be any streaming in reputed OTT platforms, but there is hope that sooner or later, the movie will definitely show up on any of the OTT platforms. Till then, get your seats booked in your nearest hall and, if possible, pre-book your tickets.
However, you may take this movie on Rent in association with Amazon Prime Video for £3.49. Daniel Craig’s curated movies are available on Virgin TV. For some short actions in the whole movie, you may take it on rent for $3.99 in Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, or Google Play Store.