No Time to Die Honors James Bond Myth, Says Composer Hans Zimmer

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No Time to Die Honors James Bond Myth, Says Composer Hans Zimmer

Legendary composer Hans Zimmer says that Daniel Craig’s upcoming movie No Time to Die honors the James Bond myth that began with Sean Connery in 1962.

Legendary composer Hans Zimmer says that No Time to Die honors the James Bond Myth. In the last thirty years, Zimmer has composed scores for many big budget films, including The Dark Knight, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Lion King (for which he won an Academy Award in 1995). The eleven time Oscar nominee recently took over as composer for the upcoming James Bond flick set to release on October 8.

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Finally premiering after numerous delays due to Covid-19, No Time to Die marks Daniel Craig’s final portrayal as the suave British spy. Since first playing the Bond character in 2006’s Casino Royale, Craig’s version has largely followed the original Bond themes and tropes, such as a smooth-talking Bond in a handsome suit. However, Craig has also deviated from the formula in a few ways, including his more serious than normal tone. Despite any changes, the myth of James Bond has still prevailed.

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