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No Time To Die Debunks Dr No Villain Theory (Why It Was A Mistake)

Despite the rumors, Rami Malek is not playing a new version of the iconic James Bond villain Dr. No. Here’s why that’s a major mistake for the movie.

Since its release, new Bond film No Time To Die has officially debunked the popular theory that a key antagonist is actually iconic 007 villain Dr. No in another guise. Long before the film’s eventual and long-delayed debut, rumors persisted that, after the appearance of another notorious franchise figure in the form of Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the previous movie that fans could expect a similar reveal in Bond 25. However, now that the film has finally hit screens, it’s clear that this prospect was nothing more than a pipedream.

Following on from the events of SpectreNo Time To Die marks Daniel Craig’s last outing as the legendary British superspy. Co-starring an impressive ensemble cast, including the likes of Lashana Lynch, Ana De Armas, Ben Wishaw, Ralph Fiennes and Christoph Waltz, the movie sees Bond return from retirement at the request of his old CIA confidante Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) in order to track down a kidnapped scientist. However, the mission is far more complicated than it initially seems, bringing 007 into conflict with one of his most dangerous opponents yet.

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