Daniel Craig’s fifth and final James Bond film, No Time To Die, is being praised by critics.
The movie premiered yesterday at the Royal Albert Hall in England after its release was continuously delayed by the Covid pandemic.
The only negative aspect of the film according to critics is its length with the movie a staggering 2 and a half hours long.
The film industry is said to be looking on and carefully observing how “No Time To Die” performs at the box office, and whether the movie is successful in tempting fans back to cinemas in large numbers.
The launch of the movie was a Royal affair with two separate generations of the Ropyal family coming out for Craig’s farewell as Bond.
Prince William and his wife Catherine were joined at the Royal Albert Hall by his father Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales and his wife Duchess of Cornwall.
The producers meanwhile say they have not yet began thinking about Craig’s replacement and won’t do so until next year.