When is new James Bond film out in 2021? No Time To Die cinema release - and who’s in cast with Daniel Craig?

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No Time To Die will finally be released in cinemas worldwide this September after a glitzy red carpet premiere in London

Audiences will finally get their chance to see Daniel Craig’s last outing at 007, with the latest James Bond film set to be released in late September.

Universal Pictures have revealed when and where the world premiere will take place for No Time To Die.

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The film will be Daniel Craig’s last performance as the Mi6 agent, in what will be his fifth appearance in the franchise.

Here’s all you need to know about when No Time To Die will hit the cinemas, and how to get tickets.

When will No Time To Die be released in cinemas?

A posting on the official @007 Bond Twitter account has confirmed that the red carpet world premiere of No Time To Die will take place in London on 28 September.

The movie will then be released in UK cinemas on 30 September.

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The film is set to be released in the United States on 8 October.

How to get tickets for No Time To Die?

Tickets for No Time To Die are available from your local cinema.

Several cinemas are offering opening night events, and VIP ticket gift boxes.

The film will also be available to watch on IMAX in select cinemas across the UK.

Who’s in the cast of No Time To Die?

Daniel Craig

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Daniel Craig will return for his final outing as 007. He has played the Mi6 agent in Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015).

Lea Seydoux

Acclaimed French actor Lea Seydoux will be returning in her Spectre role as Dr Madeleine Swann. Seydoux is best known for her role in the French queer romance Blue is the Warmest Colour.

Christoph Waltz

Academy Award-winning actor Christoph Waltz will reprise his role from Spectre as Bond’s estranged brother and iconic nemesis, Blofeld.

Waltz won the Oscar for his role in 2009’s Inglourious Basterds. He has also appeared in Django Unchained, Downsizing, and Alita: Battle Angel.

Rami Malik

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Mr Robot star Rami Malek will be the newest Bond villain in the world of 007. Following in the footsteps of Javier Bardem, Mads Mikkelsen and Christoph Waltz, Malek will be facing off against Daniel Craig.

The exact identity of Malek’s character has been kept under wraps, so much is still unknown about how big of a role he will play.

Lashana Lynch

After winning fans thanks to her role in Captain Marvel, Lashana Lynch is set to pick up the 007 nametag in No Time To Die. Lynch has refused to confirm or deny whether her character will be the one to inherit it.

Ana De Armas

After appearing alongside Daniel Craig in the murder mystery film Knives Out, Ana De Armas will now feature as a CIA Agent in No Time To Die. Armas has described the character as “irresponsible” and “bubbly.”

Ralph Fiennes

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Renowned stage actor Ralph Fiennes will return as Daniel Craig’s boss at Mi6 - Lieutenant Colonel Gareth Mallory. He took on the role of ‘M’ after Judi Dench’s character was killed in Skyfall.

Ben Whishaw

After making a memorable introduction in Skyfall, Ben Whishaw will return as Bond’s gadget loving sidekick - ‘Q’. The famous quartermaster has always brought the gadgets, but in the trailer has suggested that in the latest instalment will feature a new Aston Martin filled with all the bells and whistles.

What is No Time To Die about?

No Time To Die takes place in the aftermath of the events of Spectre. The movie is set several months after the previous film, where Bond has appeared to have turned his back completely on his former line of work.

He is then approached by long-time collaborator CIA Agent Felix Leiter. He finds out that a scientist named Valdo Obruchev has been abducted, putting the whole world in danger.

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