Daniel Craig’s Last James Bond Movie No Time To Die Features Ecovillain

It was just a matter of time before James Bond battled an eco-freak villain.

His unnamed nemesis — nicknamed Greenfinger by insiders — has a lair powered by an algae farm and with a Zen garden.

Daniel Craig’s reign as James Bond ends as last movie wraps filming | Fox News

No Time To Die is slated for an April 8, 2020 release and will feature Daniel Craig for the last time as Bond. Who replaces him after that will likely not be announced until after the movie hits theaters. I’ve read all kinds of suggestions; some intriguing, some absurd. Please, not a woman playing James Bond. That would be like casting a man as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider. Not in favor of that either.

(Sidenote: gender swapping is something in general I’m not a big fan of, like swapping Bosley from Charlie’s Angles (2019) out with Elizabeth Banks. I think #metoo is great, but prefer to imagine my female heroes as females and males as males. Sorry, Pierce Brosnan, I disagree).

Back to the movie. What is it about? No trailer has been released yet, but Cinemablend breaks down details of returning characters. Reportedly, there were three different endings filmed to keep the cast and crew in the dark as well.

UPDATE 10/28/2019 @ 16:13 – Heroic Hollywood says the new bond villain is called Safin and will be played by Rami Malek.

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