A new behind-the-scenes video for No Time to Die offers a superior gander at the stunt training Ana de Armas underwent for her part in the film. The Knives Out star depicts Paloma, a CIA specialist helping Daniel Craig’s MI6 specialist with his central goal in Cuba searching for a missing researcher for his companion, CIA specialist Felix Leiter. Alongside Craig and de Armas, the cast for No Time to Die includes Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear and Ben Whishaw.
To celebrate James Bond Day, the official 007 Twitter account has shared a new BTS video for No Time to Die. The featurette offers an expanded gander at de Armas’ stunt training for the film just as her work with establishment photographer Greg Williams for some extraordinary symbolism in outfit and in training. Look at the exciting video beneath:
The new BTS video for No Time to Die isn’t the principal glimpse audiences have gotten of de Armas’ stunt training for the film, as a clip was released in mid September highlighting both hers and Lynch’s training. The latest video is, in any case, a decent glance at the degree of the work the Golden Globe nominee put in for the latest Bond film, including gun and hand-to-hand training with the stunt group on the film. Notwithstanding the exciting activity put in plain view for the film, it should come as a pleasant treat to watchers to see de Armas having a similar measure of fun putting in the work as they will watching it wake up on the big screen.
While surveys for No Time to Die have been mindful so as to secure the film’s bigger privileged insights, to be specific its enthusiastic ending, many have featured de Armas’ job in the film as perhaps its best component. With past trailers spotlighting her effervescent and invigorated nature however much her solidarity in a combat situation, fans make certain to go gaga for Bond’s new friend. The truth will surface eventually when No Time to Die hits theaters on Friday.