The November release date for the next Bond movie may be sticking with it after all.
As Daniel Craig's final, final outing as James Bond is gearing up for its tentative release date of November 12 this year, Billie Eilish's theme song has been given a very sultry and stripped-back 'No Time To Die' music video.
Featuring the young pop star singing from a vintage microphone, and shot in black and white, the music video is interspersed with brief clips from the action movie. There are even some previously unseen footage thrown into the mix, which hasn't already featured in the trailer.
Judging from the music video, this is the most toned-down one we have yet seen from Eilish. Serving much more of a throwback than anything else, the singular spotlight shines on the 18-year-old from above, which fits in with many other previous Bond theme songs. The singer released the song back in February.
'No Time To Die', like most movies of 2020, had pushed back its release date earlier this year. It was originally due to be released on April 3, but will now be released in theatres this November 12. It is believed that filming of the movie only ended up being fully completed this past April, due to everything being put on hold across the world.
Here's the 'No Time To Die' music video for you.