After several delays, the highly anticipated James Bond movie “No Time To Die” will make its world premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sept. 28. While health care workers have been invited to the premiere as a tribute to their hard work during the pandemic along with members of the armed forces, British royals Prince Charles and his son William will join them with their wives Camilla and Catherine.

Daniel Craig, who takes on the role of the suave 007 agent for a fifth and final time in the film, will lead co-stars Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris on the red carpet next week.

The Universal Pictures and MGM film was originally set for release in April 2020 but was delayed several times as the COVID-19 pandemic forced cinemas around the world to shut their doors and audience capacity restrictions were imposed.


Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince William, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are seen during a joint visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Center (DMRC) in Nottinghamshire, Britain, February 11, 2020. (REUTERS Photo)
Britain’s Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince William, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are seen during a joint visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Center (DMRC) in Nottinghamshire, Britain, February 11, 2020. (REUTERS Photo)

James Bond films are among the biggest movie franchises in Hollywood, with 2015’s “Spectre,” grossing $880 million at the box office worldwide, and 2012’s “Skyfall,” making more than $1 billion globally.

The royals will meet some of the cast members as well as director Cary Joji Fukunaga, Billie Eilish, who sings the movie’s theme tune, and producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

The premiere, the first of a spate of Bond promotional events worldwide, will benefit charities supporting current and former members of U.K. special forces, the Secret Intelligence Service, the Security Service and Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the official 007 website said.

Health care workers have also been invited to the premiere as a tribute to their hard work during the pandemic.

“No Time To Die” will begin its global cinema rollout later next week.



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