Bond is back in trailer tease for 'No Time To Die'

The cars of the first No Time To Die teaser

We are excited for the reveal of the first teaser for the 25th James Bond film in the franchise.

Four months before its worldwide release, the first teaser trailer for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time to Die was released.

Last month, Craig affirmed with the sourcesthe forthcoming Bond film would be his end. Check out the teaser for yourself below.

The Bond movies are based on the spy novels by late English author Ian Fleming. Watch the trailer announcement for Daniel Craig's No Time To Die below.

The No Time to Die actor Daniel Craig also mentions that he the film's plot was secondary while he made his decision of doing the film as he felt the script was magnificent and that he was very easily able to relate to him.

Alongside, Craig, 51, Ralph Fiennes (M) and Léa Seydoux (Dr. Madeleine Swann) are returning to reprise their previous character roles.

As for this teaser trailer, it doesn't show much, but it does show some pretty cool Bondish action, which I really can not wait to see.

No Time to Die hits theatres across Canada on April 8, 2020.

Also glimpsed: Buzz-worthy new Bond babe Ana De Armas, 31, who's now stealing scenes opposite Craig in the dark comedy "Knives Out".

No Time To Die sees Bond reunite with Central Intelligence Agency officer Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) to locate a missing scientist, ultimately coming up against a new villain played by Bohemian Rhapsody's Rami Malek. After all, Bond comes out of retirement in this one, for one last job together with his old friend from the CIA Felix Leiter. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be a long way extra treacherous than anticipated, leading Bond onto the path of a mysterious villain armed with unhealthy unusual abilities.

Craig will be joined by Ralph Fiennes as M, the head of MI6, Rory Kinnear as Tanner, a loyal associate of Bond, Ben Whishaw as Q, who presides over MI6's research and development department, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, Léa Seydoux as psychologist Dr Madeleine Swann, and Jeffrey Wright as Central Intelligence Agency agent Felix Leiter.