No Time to Die, the latest in the James Bond franchise Photograph: Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images
Come Friday and James Bond returns to the big screen. With their return delayed due to the pandemic, Daniel Craig will perform his swan song as Ian Fleming's screen agent. And before Bond hits theatres on October 1st, there will be a high-tech concert in London for the arrival of the world-famous spy. In keeping with the growing digital world, the World Premiere of “No Time to Die”, which is broadcast exclusively on Facebook, many magazines reported on Monday .
Facebook reportedly had live access to the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday, September 28. The social media platform broadcasts the event on Facebook and Oculus Venues, a Facebook-supported experience event with an Oculus VR headset. Hosted by host Clara Amfo, the event will be a big draw on Facebook thanks to its social video tools, life commentary, captions, and Q&A. Of course, the film is not shown live like the MGM initiated by Amazon and is intended to attract the audience to the cinemas.
The film was originally scheduled to take place on April 20th, but without any progress in the Covid situation, the film had to be postponed to April 20th. In January, the film was again postponed to October and will now premiere on Friday in the UK and on October 8 in the US. in India, Bond and Great Britain came to the screen themselves on Friday, shocked and moved.
No Time to Die stars Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris perform in London. Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles are also on the guest list.
An immersive experience gives Oculus users access to the red carpet, which will be streamed live via the updated Oculus Venues app. Facebook also launched an interactive AR filter on Instagram — another Facebook-owned company — that gives fans a chance to empathize with James Bond's opening scene.
Cary Joji Fukunaga's "No Time to Die" will be Craig's last performance as Bond. The 44-year-old American director said in a recent interview that anyone appearing on the Carig show has a tough job ahead of them and that it would be foolish for the next James Bond to follow Daniel Craig.
Craig, 53, hangs up his shoes from his cell phone after meeting 007 in a 16-year-old role five times. And for many, like Fukumaga, as a blond Bond, Craig saw the character modernise with his mix of brutality and sensitivity. Everyone then benefits from whoever made the James Bond movie No 26.
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