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Bond Movie ‘No Time At All To Pass Away’ Among Official Selection Movies at the Zurich Film Show

by Anthony McKenzie
Bond Movie ‘No Time At All To Pass Away’ To Play In Authorities Choice At Zurich Movie Celebration

The Zurich Movie Festival (September 23 -October 3) has actually scored a coup with the addition of awaited James Bond movie No Time At All To Pass Away in its main choice.

The film will use September 28, the exact same day as its opening night in London.

This is the very first time a Bond motion picture has actually remained in the main choice of a festival, according to the fest’s creative director Christian Jungen.

” We are exceptionally happy to be among the very first on the planet to give our audience the most current Bond experience,” Jungen stated. “We worked hard for months to get the best and needed to work out every last information with the studio, Universal. Never ever has a James Bond film remained in the official selection of a film festival. I am more delighted that the ZFF has actually prospered in this coup as it sends an effective signal that highlights the value of movie theater. The market has actually waited more excitedly for this film than any other.”

The motion picture will open in the UK and Ireland from September 30 through Universal Pictures International, and in the U.S. on October 8 through MGM by means of its United Artists Launching banner.

In No Time At All To Pass Away, Bond has actually left active duty. His peace is short-term when his old CIA buddy Felix Leiter shows up requesting for aid, leading Bond onto the path of a mystical bad guy equipped with unsafe brand-new innovation.

Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the movie stars Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz and Ralph Fiennes. Manufacturers are Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

The Zurich Movie Celebration opens with Taliban captive drama And Tomorrow We Will Be Dead, by Swiss filmmaker Michael Steiner, and closes with Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

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