The first trailer for No Time to Die interrupts James Bond's short-lived retirement when an old CIA buddy asks for help. Felix Leiter (played by Westworld's Jeffrey Wright) reaches out to his old pal Bond (rumored to be played by Daniel Craig for the last time) to help locate a missing scientist.

Bond partners with a new 00 agent, Nomi, (Captain Marvel's Lashana Lynch) who rocks some excellent and understated swagger in the trailer, and his ol' buddy Q (with Ben Whishaw returning) and the team are off to face a new enemy and an old flame.

Check out the trailer:


NO TIME TO DIE Trailer

The trailer kicks off with the possibility that Bond has been betrayed by a woman yet again. Léa Seydoux returns as Madeleine Swann, who is keeping a secret that will to lead them to Rami Malek's villain, Safin.

"You gave up everything for her. When her secret finds its way out, it will be the death of you," taunts Christoph Waltz' Blofeld.

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Leiter calls Bond "brother" so we know how close they are.

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After the reunion and the surprise encounter with Swann, the trailer cleverly plots the stakes: the woman — and the world.

"Your skills die with your body. Mine will survive long after I'm gone," hints Safin. We can all agree that Malek was born to play a Bond villain right? Especially one that is armed with some kind of creepy technology?

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There's some kind of human experimentation going on here and I don't care for it.

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"History isn't kind to men who play god," warns Bond.

Daniel Craig has been playing James Bond since 2006's Casino Royale, and after five films, this will finally be his swan song. The film has every reason to succeed.

Directed by Cary Fukunaga (remember that incredible long-shot battle scene in the first season of True Detective? That was Fukunaga) and written by a team that recruited Killing Eve & Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge, this should be a new, fresh take on James Bond.

No Time to Die will open in theaters on April 8, 2020.