No Time to Die director reveals the movie’s ending is foreshadowed in the opening scene

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no time to die Director Cary Joji Fukunaga has revealed that the film ends with – and the fate of – James Bond in its opening scene. The film begins with Bond (Daniel Craig) visiting the grave of his former love interest, Vesper (Eva Green), who died in 2006. casino Royale,

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“There’s also a really important Easter egg on that tomb, Bond’s visit in Matera,” Fukunaga said. Diversity, “Above Vesper’s tomb – we never make a big deal about it, no one cares about it, but whoever goes back – two skeletons are holding a banner carved in stone. This There is a Latin phrase that Mark and I saw. The main basilica where the bridge is located. The phrase says, ‘You are what I once were, and will become what I am.’ So it was written in the beginning.”

No Time to Die sees Bond out of active service and enjoying some time in Jamaica. However, his peace and quiet do not last long, with the CIA requiring Bond’s help to rescue a kidnapped scientist, resulting in a showdown with the new villain Safin, played by Rami Malek. Craig’s final outing as 007 marked the end of this era of Bond films, of course, with Bond’s death.


The film recently won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song this year’s award ceremony for its theme song, sung by Billie Eilish. As far as future Bond adventures are concerned, no casting announcement has been made yet. However, Producer Barbara Broccoli recently said That Craig would be replaced by a British man of any race. Get our info on potential next James Bond candidates via that link.

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