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No Time to Die unveils first look at 007's Aston Martin in Bond 25

Justin Harp
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From Digital Spy

The newest look at James Bond's return to the big screen in No Time to Die will put 007's licence to drive to use right along with his licence to kill.

Daniel Craig will be getting back in the driver's seat, perhaps for the final time, next year for a globe-spanning adventure from Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Any Bond lover will know that 007 enjoys a spin in a nice set of wheels, with the classic Aston Martin being his sports car of choice for over 50 years now.

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No Aston Martin is more synonymous with the Bond franchise than the DB5. Whether he was chasing down Blofeld's baddies in the 1960s or winning the luxury vehicle in a poker game in Casino Royale, James does love a DB5.

No Time to Die will apparently feature Bond getting behind the wheel of his favourite roadster once again, according to a brand new sneak peek shared by producers on Monday (September 16).

The brand new photos show a gunmetal silver Aston Martin DB5 on the No Time to Die set against the gorgeous backdrop of Matera, Italy on set. Have a look below:

Daniel Craig isn't actually shown alongside the DB5, but that might because he was photographed looking bloodied and generally scuffed up filming scenes for No Time to Die last week.

His latest outing will see 007 reuniting with CIA contact Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) when a scientist's kidnapping leads into a global conspiracy involving one new foe (Rami Malek) and one old one (Christoph Waltz).

No Time to Die will be released in the UK on April 3, 2020 and in the US on April 8, 2020.

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