Dazzling lights shone over the Royal Albert Hall as the London Premiere of the movie, No Time to Die, took place on Sept. 28th, 2021. The premiere was attended by a special group of celebrities this time — the royal family of Britain.
A little more about these special guests
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge were accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall and her husband, Prince Charles, as the four made a joint appearance at the event.
Sporting her ultimate glitzy look, Kate Middleton, was without doubt the showstopper at the premiere. Her cape like golden dress with sequin embellishments was the one everyone was talking about.
Kate is a big fan of Packham’s dresses and this time she wore one of her designer gowns as she glittered in her gold overall ensemble.
Prince William and Prince Charles channeled their inner Bond, wearing chic tuxedos. Alongside them, the Duchess of Cornwall looked stunningly elegant in her gown of powder blue.
What’s so special about the premiere of ‘No Time to Die’?
The official release of the movie after being delayed countless times due the pandemic was set to. release on Sept. 30th, 2021.
This is Daniel Craig’s final movie as James Bond and when asked how he felt, he replied, ‘Pretty good.’
The movie and its stars
The 25th James Bond movie, No Time to Die, features Bond played by the great Daniel Craig, who has left active service and is enjoying a calm life in Jamaica. But, when it comes to Bond, tranquillity doesn’t last long.
His old time CIA pal, Felix Leiter, asks for help to rescue a scientist who has been kidnapped.
However, the road ahead is a threatening one, as Bond is confronted with a villain.
Other great artists in ‘No Time to Die’
Rami Malek, popularly known for his portrayal of Freddy Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, also stars in this movie. One can not go past the talented Naomi Harris, here either. Famously known for her role as Winnie Mandela in the 2014 movie, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and her role as Money Penny in Spectre and Alicia West in Black and Blue.
An exciting duo that was much awaited
There has been an all new exciting partnership, as the two British icons, Triumph’s motorcycles and James Bond movies teamed up for No Time to Die. So, if you are a fan of one, you are sure to love the other.
A closer look at the movie
Key stunts are performed by some of Triumph’s best, the Tiger 900 and Scrambler 1200 motorcycles in No Time to Die. Here’s a behind the scenes look that showcases how these stunts were shot. Enjoy!
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