Where to watch No Time to Die online in Australia
Watch Daniel Craig play the legendary spy for a final adventure.
After a successful turn as 007 agent James Bond, Daniel Craig is officially ready to pass the baton to someone else. However, the actor is going out in style. No Time to Die, which came out in cinemas in late 2021 following several pandemic-related delays, was received with critical acclaim and became an international box office hit.
Craig has portrayed Bond in 5 movies since 2006 – Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre and now No Time to Die. If you missed his latest spy shenanigans on the big screen, you'll be happy to know that the film is making its way to streaming. Here's how to watch No Time to Die.
When does No Time to Die come out?
No Time to Die premieres on streaming in Australia on Wednesday 11 May.
Where to watch No Time to Die online
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No Time to Die preview
As No Time to Die kicks off, James Bond has left active service with MI6. However, an old friend from the CIA comes asking for help, thrusting Bond into the middle of the action once again. Soon, the spy finds himself in pursuit of a villain armed with dangerous technology.
Besides Daniel Craig, the movie sees several other franchise regulars reprise their roles: Léa Seydoux as Madeleine, Ben Whishaw as Q, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, Christoph Waltz as Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner and Ralph Fiennes as M.
Given that the movie marks the end of Craig's tenure as Bond, it's a must-watch for franchise enthusiasts. That being said, there's plenty here to love: including great action sequences, fantastic visuals, a deadly scheme with catastrophic implications and solid performances from everyone involved. Even casual spy fans will be enthralled.