Through the hidden history of James Bond, he says cannot be killed. With every iconic actor taking on the role of the title character – from Sean Connery to Pierce Brosnan and No Time to DieDaniel Craig – They add anything to what James Bond has learned, but through it all, the spy known as 007 survives in every way the explosion, betrayal, training, and everything in between. So that’s the end of No Time to Die there were spectators who were completely engrossed. Is James Bond really dead, or is it just Craig’s exit from the franchise?
As the 25th film in franchise history, that makes sense No Time to Die can be a much more than life part that is meant to literally blow the whole story. In the most recent movie, we saw a different take on James Bond – a man who seems to be in love and (sighs) with a child. Léa Seydoux transferred her role as Bond’s love, Madeleine Swann, and with her is a child named Mathilde (Lisa-Dorah Sonnet), who has a strange resemblance to the spy himself. The bad guy Safin (Rami Malek) falls victim to Bond’s feelings by dosing Bond with a virus that makes it so that he can never touch Madeleine or Mathilde again without them being killed.
Bond seems to have accepted his fate by letting Madeleine and Mathilde go – perhaps the most unselfish thing this character has ever done – and staying behind Safin. In doing so, he finds himself at the center of a British military invasion as they attack Safin’s island. With little fun and no room for argument, Bond breaks down, lost in a fierce hellscape with no way to survive.
No Time to Die always intended to be Craig’s last Bond film, after the character was taken in 2006 in Casino Royale. Said the actor The Keeper in 2015 he want from the franchise much sooner than later, adding that he would only return for a lot of money. But whether this is the true end of James Bond remains to be seen.
No word yet on what the new Bond era will look like-whether a new Bond is named and exists in a different universe or there are others who assume a Bond-esque role without the real James Bond. But for now, Craig’s James Bond is solid.