Kate Middleton, Billie Eilish, and More Celebs Dazzle at New Bond Film Premiere

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'No Time To Die' Premiere in London

‘No Time To Die’ marks a historic moment for the iconic James Bond franchise. Besides being the 25th movie in the legendary spy series, it also marks Daniel Craig’s fifth and final time taking up the moniker of James Bond. It is also the first film in the franchise to have a Black woman play 007 in Lashana Lynch. Besides Daniel, plenty of fan-favorites returned for ‘No Time to Die,’ like Cristoph Waltz, who plays Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Bond’s foster brother and enemy, and Ralph Fiennes, who plays M, the head of MI6. There are also plenty of fresh faces like Rami Malek, who plays villain Lyutsifer Safin, and Léa Seydoux, who play’s Bond’s romantic interest.


The film premiered with a star-studded debut on Tuesday, September 28 in London. Keep looking through our gallery to see photos of premiere.

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‘No Time To Die’ Cast at the London Premiere

‘No Time To Die’ stars Lashana Lynch, Daniel Craig, LZa Seydoux and Cary Fukunaga posed on the red carpet together for the premiere of the latest 007 movie.

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Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell

Finneas O’Connell co-wrote the theme song for ‘No Time to Die’ with his singer sister. He rocked a black suit and posed alongside Billie Eilish. 

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Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig sported a suit totally fit for the world’s most famous spy at the premiere of ‘No Time To Die.’ His tuxedo had a pink velvet jacket that was really eye-catching for his final premiere as James Bond. 

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Rami Malek

Rami Malek made his 007 debut as the villain in ‘No Time To Die.’ The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ star attended the event wearing a classic black tuxedo.

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Naomie Harris

Naomie Harris returned to play Eve Moneypenny for the film. She looked stunning in an all-white gown.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Phoebe Waller-Bridge was one of the film’s screenwriters. The ‘Fleabag’ star and creator sported a dazzling black jumpsuit with a white cape to match for the premiere.

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Lashana Lynch

Lashana Lynch rocked a yellow puffy gown with a black underlay for the premiere. Lashana’s performance as Nomi is historic, as it’s the first time a Black woman has played 007.

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Kimberley Garner

Designer Kimberley Garner looked incredible at the premiere. She sported a white gown with a leg slit for the red carpet event.

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Léa Seydoux

Léa Seydoux made her James Bond debut as the latest Bond girl, Madeleine Swann. She wore a beautiful white gown, complete with a cape for the ‘No Time to Die’ premiere.

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Emma Raducanu

Tennis pro Emma Raducanu sported a glimmering silver gown as she attended the ‘No Time To Die’ premiere. She looked incredibly excited to see the latest spy thriller.



This article originally appeared on Hollywood Life and is syndicated by Cheapism.