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Entertainment 'No Time To Die' Director Cary Joji Fukunaga Discusses Daniel Craig's "Extraordinary" Final Chapter

07:40  26 february  2020
07:40  26 february  2020 Source:   esquire.co.uk

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  Henry Cavill Finally Addressed Those James Bond Rumours Henry Cavill Finally Addressed Those James Bond RumoursNo Time to Die will be Craig's fifth and final outing as the agent with the double-O status, which has led to many (read: millions) of fans to speculate as to who will fill Bond's Cheaney Oxfords next. One of the most popular predictions? Henry Cavill.

No Time To Die finds the spy out of action and tracked down for one last mission, an interesting opener which Fukunaga says sets the tone for the story to come. He says that they "aimed to do something extraordinary " for "the final chapter for Daniel Craig ", and promises "danger but also the emotional

But before his final fate resolves, No Time To Die will explore all facets of Bond that led to this point. In a behind-the-scenes featurette posted by the official James Bond YouTube account, director Cary Joji Fukunaga says the movie will touch on Bond’ s journey The world’ s changed,” Fukunaga explains.

With the last outing of Daniel Craig as James Bond fast approaching, No Time To Die director Cary Joji Fukunaga has teased that the film, "will be his most challenging and difficult" mission to date.

a man talking on a cell phone: He has called Bond 25 © Eon Produtions He has called Bond 25 "a culmination of all that Bond has become" and "his most challenging and difficult" mission In a newly-released video Fukunaga discusses the starting point of the film, saying of the iconic opening credits, which feature dots moving across the screen and Bond coming on to face the camera: "When that comes on screen it's like, settle in and get ready for a ride."

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Director Cary Joji Fukunaga on No Time To Die . Posted 25.02.2020. Tweet. “We aimed to do something extraordinary with this one,” Director Cary Joji Fukunaga gives a behind-the-scenes look at No Time To Die .

“We aimed to do something extraordinary with this one,” Director Cary Joji Fukunaga gives a behind-the-scenes look at #NoTimeToDie. From the moment, he' s called to action to the end of the film as a race, not only to save the world, but their lives no time to die is the culmination of all that bond has

No Time To Die finds the spy out of action and tracked down for one last mission, an interesting opener which Fukunaga says sets the tone for the story to come. "It was essential to rediscover Bond: where is he?" he says. "After five years of retirement, who has he become? He's sort of a wounded animal struggling with his role as a 00. The world's changed, the rules of engagement aren't what they used to be, the rules of espionage are darker in this era of asymmetric warfare."

a man driving a car: Daniel Craig, James Bond, Bond No Time to Die trailer © MGM Daniel Craig, James Bond, Bond No Time to Die trailer Touching on the idea of Bond's personal struggles, which are hinted at in the form of a betrayal in the trailer, Fukunaga adds that the people Bond considers to be family are "at great risk" in Bond 25, adding that it is a race, "not only to save the world but their lives".

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“We aimed to do something extraordinary with this one,” Director Cary Joji Fukunaga gives a behind-the-scenes look at #NoTimeToDie. From the moment, he' s called to action to the end of the film as a race, not only to save the world, but their lives no time to die is the culmination of all that bond has

Cary Joji Fukunaga ' s work first got major attention from his brilliant neo-noir work on the bravura first season of HBO' s True Detective. He' s a natural fit for Daniel Craig ' s final James Bond film, No Time To Die , then, because as Fukunaga says in this behind-the-scenes look at footage from the 25th

He also touches on Safin, the new (quite possibly Dr No) villain played by Rami Malek, saying that he is "more dangerous than anyone he's ever encountered" and "smarter and stronger than Spectre".

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The auteur also teased how the film will wrap up, with the weight of it being Craig's final outing as the besuited killer clearly crucial to how the film will play out. "No Time To Die is a culmination of all that Bond has become," Fukunaga says. "With all that he's seen all the trauma, all the loss, what is that mission that will be his most challenging and difficult?"

He says that they "aimed to do something extraordinary" for "the final chapter for Daniel Craig", and promises "danger but also the emotional punch". So, not exactly confirming 007 will be taking his last breaths before the credits roll, but some assurance his exit from service will be more dramatic than a speech over caterpillar cake in the MI6 canteen.

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