The clip shows all the elements of a classic 007 film, with a souped-up Aston Martin, gun fights, a motorbike stunt, and Bond in a sharp tuxedo.
It also includes an apparent (albeit brief) glimpse of the villain – a masked figure who looms behind a glass window.
The full trailer is being released this week, on Wednesday 4 December.
Craig recently made the official announcement that he will step away from the Bond franchise after overtaking Roger Moore as the longest-serving 007 in history.
Asked if he would consider a role as director instead, he told German media: “For God’s sake, no. I want to come home, eat something and then go to bed. If you’re a director, then at night you’re still with the producers, screenwriters, on the phone. And then after two hours of sleep, you have to go back up to the set. No thanks.”
No Time To Die is scheduled for release in cinemas on 3 April 2020.
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