After 15 years, Daniel Craig’s run as James Bond finally comes to a close with No Time to Die, an almost Avengers: Endgame length send-off that ties up all the loose ends of the Craig era but definitely feels its length at times and some other flaws that keep it from reaching the heights of Casino Royale or Skyfall.
After almost two years since its original release date in November 2019, No Time to Die is finally arriving in October as Daniel Craig plays Bond one final time to take on the threat of Rami Malek’s dangerous new villain.
The first of Warner Bros’ 2021 HBO Max/Theatrical hybrid releases, The Little Things star Denzel Washington as a former LAPD detective turned deputy upstate who returns to Los Angeles on a procedural errand and ends up getting drawn into a case involving a serial killer being investigated by hotshot detective Jim Baxter (Rami Malek).
Denzel Washington and Rami Malek team up to track down a serial killer stalking and killing young girls around Los Angeles in the upcoming crime thriller The Little Things, which will hit theaters and HBO Max in January.
Daniel Craig returns for one final outing as James Bond in the 25th movie in the franchise, No Time to Die, where Bond comes out of retirement to help Felix Leiter stop a dangerous new villain with some sort of secretive ties to Bond’s lady love, Madeleine Swan.
Daniel Craig uses his License to Kill one last time for next April’s No Time To Die, as James Bond gets put on the trail of a dangerous new villain (played by Rami Malek), who has deadly new technology that threatens the world.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the Oscar winners, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, Rambo: Final Blood, Bond 25, True Detective, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Russian Doll, Unforgiven and more.