Entertainment Rami Malek Recalls Sitting In The Royal Box Behind Prince William And Kate For The No Time To Die
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A total of 2,977 were killed in the attacks, along with the 19 hijackers . Of those, 246 were on the four planes, 2,606 were in the World Trade Centre and the surrounding area, and 125 were at the Pentagon. Most deaths were civilians, but 344 firefighters, 71 law enforcement officers and 55 military personnel were also killed. What happened during the attacks American Airlines flight 11 was the first to hit, striking the North Tower of the World Trade Centre in New York City at 8.46am local time. United Airlines flight 175 struck the South Tower 17 minutes later.
American James Bond fans still have to wait a few days to see Daniel Craig's final adventure as the super spy. However,had its world premiere last week, and that means that a lot of people got a first look. This includes the stars of the film, as well as the royal family. Because what good is being royalty if you can’t see movies early?
Rami Malek, who plays No Time To Die’s villain, was, of course, in attendance at the premiere, as was Prince William,, and Prince Charles. Meeting the trio might seem initially as a really amazing thing, but Malek tells It was like meeting old friends, because he’d met them before. Malek explained…
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It’s got to be a somewhat weird existence where meeting members of the royal family is like meeting old friends. But since Rami Malek does sort of see them that way, it makes it all the more important, potentially, to know what they thought of the movie itself.
Certainly Rami Malek wants his friends to like the movie he made. And as far as that goes, while Malek didn’t speak to them directly about their thoughts, he feels confident thatreally enjoyed No Time to Die. He explains...
It’s a safe bet at this point that Prince William probably really did like No Time to Die, because. The critical response has been overall positive and while we don’t have a widespread crowd response quite yet, if there was a very loud contingent of international fans who hated the movie, we’d probably know that.
Prince William watches Aston Villa v Chelsea as Philip doc airs
The Duke of Cambridge was at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night to see Villa lose 4-3 to the home team after a tense penalty shoot-out. Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a tailored £400 white gown as she hosted an event to thank those who worked on her Hold Still project. BBC's Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, which aired last night, featured Prince William and other Royals sharing their memories of the late Duke of Edinburgh, following his death in April this year.
It’s got to feel good for all involved that most people seem to like No Time to Die.as James Bond has been something of a roller coaster ride with some and some equally disappointing lows. Craig seems to be going out a high note, which is good news for everybody.
North America will finally see how this phase of James Bond’s big screen world will come to an end this Friday when No Time to Die arrives in theaters.
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