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“No Time to Die,” the latest addition to the James Bond franchise starring Daniel Craig as 007 for the last time, was released on premium video-on-demand November 9.
Regardless of whether you’ve already watched the film in theaters or are viewing it for the first time, streaming from home is the probably the most convenient way for movie lovers to see the latest releases. “No Time to Die” is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video for $19.99, and you have the choice of watching on your TV, smartphone, tablet, and other compatible devices. After you rent the film, you’ll have 30 days to watch, and 48 hours to finish once started.
Want more streaming options? “No Time to Die” is also available on other major platforms including Apple, Direct TV, Xfinity, Spectrum, Google Play, and Vudu.
In the blockbuster spy flick directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, Bond (Craig) has retired in Jamaica but his time in paradise gets cut short after CIA agent Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) shows up asking him to embark on a mission to rescue an abducted scientist.
Rami Malek debuts as Bond adversary Lyutsifer Safin in the film, Léa Seydoux plays Bond’s psychiatrist love interest Dr. Madeleine Swann, and Lashana Lynch stars as Naomi, an agent assigned to 007 after Bond’s retirement.
“No Time to Die” landed in theaters October 8, marking the 25th film in the franchise, and the fifth film starring Craig, who joins Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, George Lazenby, and Roger Moore on the list of Bond actors.
“It’s time to finish now. It’s done,” Craig told Variety prior to the film’s release. “It’s been 16, nearly 17 years of my life. I’ve always had a plan in my head about these movies, and I’ve always tried to sort of instigate that plan as much as possible. I was incredibly fortunate to be able to keep a narrative going through them…This movie feels like the culmination of all that.”
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