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Entertainment Weekly - No Time To Die issue (February 2020)

By: Anders Frejdh
Entertainment Weekly No Time To Die issue
Bond ambition. In his last mission as Ian Fleming's James Bond agent 007, actor Daniel Craig squares off against new villain Rami Malek. For Entertainment Weekly's February 2020 cover, the No Time To Die star reflects on the iconic role and why he signed on for his final Bond film. On sale from Friday 24th January 2020.

There are few characters in popular culture more iconic than James Bond – the British secret agent who’s endured on the big screen for nearly six decades. Five years since Daniel Craig last donned the 007 tux in SPECTRE (2015), James Bond will return to Her Majesty’s secret service in 2020 for Craig’s fifth and final outing, No Time To Die. With a leading man who was initially unexpected to return, a high-profile case of creative differences along the way, and a whole era of the franchise about to be wrapped up, Empire’s latest issue offers a world exclusive first look at Daniel Craig’s last 007 movie, trailing across London, Jamaica, and New York to get the inside story on Bond 25.

Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux & Lashana Lynch reminisce on creating the 25th film in the Bond franchise in roundtable interview

As well as talking to Craig himself, the issue features interviews with the likes of new villain Rami Malek and incoming 00-agent Lashana Lynch. It’s the ultimate introduction to Bond’s momentous new mission.

Previous issues of Entertainment Weekly featuring James Bond films

>Entertainment Weekly: 10th August 2012 (James Bond 50 years on film)
>Entertainment Weekly: 18th August 2006 (Casino Royale)

For the latest official announcements on No Time To Die, visit the official website.



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