Followers have been handled to a primary have a look at his character Safin forward of No Time To Die's April launch.
Check out the first posters for Daniel Craig's No Time to Die and click "Next" to see the rest of the gallery.
The film had previously been given the working title Shatterhand, however the title has since been changed to match Bond's more iconic film titles. For several years, fans have known that our current Bond (Daniel Craig) has expressed interest in moving on from the role.
No Time To Die trailer has the flamboyant British spy returning for the 25th installment of the popular franchise.
However when he becomes involved in the search he finds himself hot on the trail of a mysterious villain, who's armed with a unsafe new technology.
Can it really be as little as 14 months since the production of the film we were then calling Bond 25 was seemingly in total disarray following the departure of director Danny Boyle?
No Time To Die releases in April 2020.
In the new trailer, we get to meet 007's latest foe, the nefarious and tech-savvy Safin, who is played by recent Oscar victor, Rami Malek (Mr. Robot, Bohemian Rhapsody). With Bond gone, a woman named Nomi now has one of the famous 00 numbers. "I think Ian Fleming had a good connection with Scotland and I believe James Bond was supposed to have been brought up in Scotland". Born Franz Oberhauser, the son of Hannes Oberhauser, Bond's legal guardian after being orphaned at the age of 11, Blofeld reveals that the two are in fact adoptive brothers.
Reportedly unhappy with the way things were going, Craig recruited Waller-Bridge to punch up the dialogue for Scott Z. Burns, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.