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Bond movie 'No Time To Die' finally gets London premiere


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The world waits in rapt attention to see if Bond will in fact get woke and then go broke.

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This is the movie that will entice me back to the cinema

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Any word on when it will be released in Japan?

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It is scheduled to be released in Japan on Oct 1.

‘So far’, @DerekGrebe 1:06pm: the proposed Japan Release Date for No Time to Die is “October 8, 2021”. . .

- “Any word on when it will be released in Japan?” -

. . . sans any additional re-writes, re-castings, re-shoots, post-production cuts & edits, AND alleged “CoVid delays”.

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It's time for James Bond to be an Asian and they will profit huge.

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Jeimuzu Bondo? Yah, no thanks.

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I’m looking forward to this.

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Heck yeah! Can’t wait!

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Ana de Armas makes my heart go pitter-patter, pitter-patter, pitter-patter.

Mrs. Fu enjoys Craig in movies. He was a great Bond, especially after the prior guy.

Bond must be British. That's a core character thing. Nothing against Asian spy characters, many of them are fantastic too.

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I liked these movies when I was a kid. The last one I saw was barely watchable. James Bond hit the scene the very year the UK ceased being a major power. Now they have just gone so far overboard with the British nationalism it's cringeworthy.

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A good title for the current times. Looking forward to seeing it on the big screen. Get vaccinated!

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Now that I’m fully vaccinated, I can’t wait to go!

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finally it gets premiered after so long

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Love Craig, he's the best Bond since Connery. Just straight-up and hardcore just doesn't give a blank. I just wonder once he retires, who will take his place.

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They used to say the sun never sets on the British Empire. There are British people of many different ethnic backgrounds. Idris Elba or Thandiwe Newton, both of whom are British and sound British, would make fantastic Bonds. I wonder if Henry Golding, who is British and Asian, could be tough enough? He can certainly handle the suave part. I personally am rooting for Elba. To me, he’s everything you would want in a Bond: the physicality and confidence, the menace, the charm.

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