Latest Bond film 'No Time To Die' lands in cinema this week

30 Sep 2021 in New Releases

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No Time To Die
No Time To Die

The latest addition to the James Bond franchise No Time To Die arrives in cinema this Friday and will undoubtedly be a hit for weeks to come. There's also a big new DVD release as well as three new film guides available.

Safety is of course at the forefront of everyone's mind right now, so make sure to check out the specific guidelines for your local cinema before visiting. For those that are able to visit, many cinemas have used lockdown as an opportunity to improve and renovate their venues, helping us enjoy the best possible cinema experience.

New in Cinemas

No Time to Die

The final Bond film for Daniel Craig, who has been praised for his outstanding performance as the British spy, is also the 25th in the popular franchise. James Bond has left active service after the capture of Blofeld and is attempting to enjoy a quiet, tranquil life in Jamaica. But when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for his help, Bond is unable to refuse. After looking into the disappearance of a missing scientist named Valdo Obruchev, Bond soon discovers that the man has been kidnapped. This leads Bond onto a trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous technology, the likes of which the world has never seen before.

You can also download our exciting new careers-focused resource, which includes special behind-the-scenes footage of No Time To Die.

New on DVD

Black Widow

One of the several additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe this year, Black Widow is a gripping spy thriller set after the events of Captain America: Civil War. The film touches on the origins of Natasha Romanoff, better known as the superhero-spy Black Widow. Raised in a Russian government facility as a child to become a trained spy and assassin, we are re-introduced to Natasha as she is on the run from the US Army, before she's suddenly attacked by a seemingly unstoppable foe. The film explores the concept of family and the responsibilities we have for those around us.

New Film Guides

These film guides for Into Film Clubs and classrooms support educators who are viewing films on our catalogue and in the upcoming Into Film Festival.

Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen is a coming-of-age musical about a teenage boy suffering from social anxiety who becomes an overnight internet sensation. This film guide digs deeper into some of the film's themes, including the topic of mental health and how the characters navigate their struggles, as well as discussing book adaptations.

As well as the film guide above, we'll be hosting an exclusive Dear Evan Hansen Q&A for World Mental Health Day with the film's director Stephen Chbosky, actor Nik Dodani, and Jane Caro of the Mental Health Foundation. The Q&A will be going live on Friday 8 October, so be sure to bookmark the page and check back then!

Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise is a family adventure about a riverboat captain and a British scientist on a dangerous mission into the jungle to find the elusive Tree of Life. This film guide includes discussion points about characters' motivations and encourages conversations on history and when the film is set.


1917 is a World War One story about two young soldiers who are sent into enemy territory to deliver a vital message that could prevent the death of hundreds. This film guide focuses on filmmaking, and includes a creative writing activity to prompt discussion on the personal experiences of soldiers.

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