The latest No Time to Die TV spot teases that Rami is also an enemy of Malek’s Bond villain Safin Blofeld. Much intrigue actually surrounds Safin’s character, a long line of powerful and mysterious figures to take on the latest world’s most exceptional secret agent James Bond.
Of course, when someone begins to die, Bond is actually an attempt to retire and enjoy the post-Secret Agent life in the Caribbean. But once 007 is called back to action and soon the ghost himself is coming face to face again, Christoph Waltz comes face to face with his enemy from Ernest Stavro Blofeld. As revealed in Ghosts, Blofeld had very personal reasons for wanting to kill Bond, and indeed all the bad things that Daniel Craig 007 claimed to be responsible for befell in the last three films, Bond lover Vesper Lynd Including the deaths of (Eva Green) and mentor M (Judy Dench).
But there is no time to die; it seems Blofeld and Bond are going to be forced to overcome their very powerful hostility as they are now a common enemy. As the 25 (official) James Bond teased in the latest location for the film, the latest Bond bad guy Safin is also Blofeld’s enemy, meaning that he and his shared enemies may have to battle to join Bond. Watch the clip in space below (from MGM via Anton Volkov):
Very little has thus far been waged about Malek Safin, who no doubt wants to keep a shroud of intrigue around the character as producers. However, previous trailers have hinted that the suggestion that Safin Bond has some kind of relationship with love interest Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux) and fans has even dropped the theory that Swan and Safin once both worked under Ghost Blofeld Were agents. At the very least, Swan has a secret he is hiding from Bond, and he has no secret to dying to come out at some point in time and to make things very interesting for the predecessor 007.
Of course, considering Blofeld’s well-established ability to hatch incredibly detailed plans (after some retconning, the criminal mastermind was apparently responsible for everything that happened at Casino Royale via Ghost), it’s always It is possible that he is just trying to trick Bond again. He and Safin are actually on the same side. Then again, if someone wants to create a redemption story for Blofeld for a while to die (and is the villain complete without a forced redemption arc these days?) Then maybe he actually targets his former adopted brother and revenge The team with Bond is ready for the downright dangerous D represented by the new one Le Safin.
Old school Bond fans may find themselves bewildered by all this story business after decades of enjoying Bond movies where the plots were more than just a little throwaway entertainment for action sequences and relationships between characters. Still, it’s obvious Not to Die is meant to send out Craig Bond with an extraordinary bang, which explains all the annoying set-up – and the film has been around for a long time at runtime. Gave information.
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