Delighted James Bond fans have struggled to contain their excitement following the release of a new trailer for No Time To Die.
Avid social media users flooded Twitter with memes to show their excitement after the clip was released yesterday.
Well-known scenes – from Carlton dancing on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Homer Simpson squealing and Leonardo DiCaprio clapping in The Wolf of Wall Street – have been used by viewers too astonished for words.
But some fans did not tweet with as much glee after recalling that this film would mark Daniel Craig’s final release as James Bond.
“Dude, I can’t believe this is Daniel Craig’s last movie. He’s by far my favorite Bond, ”admitted one upset social media user.
Scroll down the video
Well-known scenes (seen above) – from Carlton dancing on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Homer Simpson squealing and Leonardo DiCaprio clapping in The Wolf of Wall Street – have been used by fans too excited for words after showing off. watched the new trailer for No Time to Die
Another wrote: “Watching this movie will be bittersweet knowing this is Daniel’s last turn as Bond.
“What a fantastic job he did and what a mark he left on this great franchise. The only movie I will see in theaters this year will be a James Bond movie.
A third added: “I didn’t have too much of a problem with the first trailer, but I have to say this is the Craig-Bond that I know.
“Even though he looks like he’s feeling a little shaky, he’s going to save the world one last time with the same adrenaline first seen in Casino Royale. “
Avid social media users flooded Twitter with memes (pictured) to show their glee after the clip was released yesterday
Others have praised the cinematography of the clip, with one person sharing a Bugs Bunny meme with a heart in his eyes.
Another shared his enthusiasm saying, “Whoa! The trailer was crazy! It looks really good! There is so much action!
“Seeing Bond reloading a machine gun in a tuxedo is so cool!” Very sweet! Daniel Craig’s latest release promises to be good!
But some fans (above) didn’t tweet with as much glee after recalling that this film would mark Daniel Craig’s final release as James Bond did.
Reaction: Social media users were quick to take to Twitter and praise the new trailer after its release yesterday
Others praised the cinematography of the clip, with someone sharing a Bugs Bunny meme with a heart in his eyes (pictured)
British actor Daniel, 52, looked as brooding as ever in the trailer, which sees him confronting villainous Safin, played by 39-year-old Rami Malek, who viewers are told is cooking up a plan that could kill “millions”.
The biting video opens with 007 narrowly avoiding being hit by a car before crashing into a wall as he embarks on one of his most dangerous missions to date.
On Bond’s iconic theme song, fans are re-introduced with villainous Blofeld, played by Christoph Waltz, who sits in a cage in a prison cell.
The biting video opens with 007 (pictured) narrowly avoiding being hit by a car before crashing into a wall as he embarks on one of his most dangerous missions to date
Nail biting: At one point in the trailer, Bond spins around in his famous Aston Martin that’s riddled with bullet holes
Fans of the franchise also get a better look at CIA agent Paloma (Ana De Armas) who Bond meets in Santiago, pictured left, as well as villainous Safin, played by Rami Malek, pictured right
He tells Bond: “James, fate brings us together and now your enemy is my enemy”, the enemy in question being none other than Safin.
Fans of the franchise also get a better look at CIA Agent Paloma (Ana De Armas) Bond meets in Santiago and Agent “00” Nomi (Lashana Lynch).
In June, it was confirmed that the film’s planned release date had been brought forward by two weeks and would open in the UK on November 12 and in the US on November 20.
The film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, was originally slated for release in April, but was pushed back to November 25 in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, then postponed to November 8 before the most recent change.