The current issue of Entertainment Weekly is all about the 25th installment of one of the most iconic movie franchises in history: The new "James Bond" movie No Time to Die.
As well as releasing new still images from the film, EW also got together with the main cast for their cover shoot and they shared some interesting information about the new "Bond" movie, which comes out in April.
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The No Time to Die: Cast shares new information about the plot
While Daniel Craig ("James Bond"), Léa Seydoux ("Madelaine Swann"), Lashana Lynch ("Nomi") and Rami Malek ("Safin") were gathered for the shoot, they also revealed some new information about the plot of the upcoming film.
As it turns out, the story picks up a couple of years after Spectre. "James" and "Madeleine" live peacefully in Jamaica until "Safin" manages to lure the former MI6 agent to Cuba and "s--- happens! Everything falls apart," Seydoux says.
Daniel Craig: "Did I want to do another one?"
Daniel Craig also talked about his reluctance to come back as "007": "I finished that movie [Spectre] with a broken leg," he tells EW.
"I had to question myself: Was I physically capable of doing [another one] or did I want to do another one? Because that phone call to your wife saying 'I've broken my leg' is not pleasant."
Rami Malek, who stars as the ominous and intimidating villain "Safin", talked about the fact that Phoebe Waller-Bridge (creator of Fleabag) was brought on to help with the script.
"She had quite an impact on what I was doing,” the Bohemian Rhapsody star said. "I'd have long phone conversations with her, giving her context as to what we were essentially looking for in the scenes, and she would turn things over incredibly quickly.
We know her as a very witty and funny writer, but she’s got a knack for drama and tension as well."
No Time to Die will be released on April 2nd in the UK and on April 10th in the US!