Does James Bond have a five-year-old daughter in No Time To Die?
No Time To Die could introduce James Bond’s possible five-year-old daughter and we’re patiently waiting to see.
Bond fans might remember that 2015’s Spectre ended with 007 apparently hanging up his Walther PPK and starting a new life away from MI6 with Doctor Madeleine Swann (played by Léa Seydoux).
There aren’t too many details on No Time To Die, but call sheets that went up for sale on eBay last week provided a little more insight into the matter.
The schedule describes a scene shot in southern Italy in September 2019, which featured Dr Swann with Lashana Lynch’s Nomi and a child named Mathilde, played by five-year-old actress Lisa-Dorah Sonne.
Snaps from 2019 show a five-year-old wearing blue dungarees and hanging with Lea and other crew members but it is not known if it’s Mathilde.
How great would it be if it actually is?
Those apparent call sheets, which details scene #235 of No Time To Die, describes the scene as: ‘Nomi pilots Madeleine and Mathilde to safety with an island in the background.’
Not much to go by, but it’s all we got.
We might have to wait even longer to find out who the child is as the film could be pushed back even further after it was already delayed by seven months due to coronavirus.
Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 was scheduled for release on 2 April, but in March, it was decided that its release date would be pushed back to November, to account for the closure of cinemas worldwide.
However, those hoping to have their bums in seats in November could be left waiting, as it has been claimed No Time To Die could end up with a 2021 release, according to a Daily Mail source.
They told Baz Bamigboye for his column: ‘If it has to wait till next year so be it. There are hundreds of millions of dollars involved here. Release it when audiences feel safe to return. But it’s a nerve-wracking call.’
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