‘No Time to Die’ will not only be the movie 25 of 007, but the last installment in which Daniel Craig participates and although for this actor he can set the end in the saga, there is a member of said film who wants to continue working with him English spy, No time to die he is the director of this sequel and the reason for this decision was revealed when Cary Fukunaga spoke of the new James Bond.
This next feature film will be Fukunaga’s first work for the secret agent franchise and although unfortunately this production is the conclusion of Craig’s era, No Time to Die the filmmaker confessed to the Wall Street Journal that he would have no problem making another or more Bond installments in the future.
This coincides with the recent statements of the project’s producers, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, who stated: “He is certainly someone we will work with again.”
Although Cary Fukunaga spoke of the new James Bond and his wishes to continue in the saga, there is still no confirmation of who will replace Daniel Craig, but first reports indicate that the favorite is the actor Tom Hardy and they are also in Henry Cavill and Harry Styles competition.
As for whether he expects the film’s reception to be good despite delays from the coronavirus pandemic, the director said: “I’ve never been able to predict how people will react to something I did … It could fly or fall. It completely doesn’t change the way I see the movie.
‘No Time to Die’ will hit theaters until April 2, 2021, due to the fact that the number of Covid-19 infections internationally has not dropped considerably.