Get your first look at the awesome cover art for Hans Zimmer‘s debut 007 score
Hans Zimmer’s appointment as the composer for Daniel Craig‘s swansong as James Bond raised a few eyebrows at the time of its announcement. The composer made a name for himself with fantastic scores for movies like The Rock and Crimson Tide, however, his recent work has received a mixed reaction from the fans. And yet, that hasn’t dissuaded the producers of the Bond franchise from bringing the composer aboard to produce the perfect score to send Daniel Craig’s superspy out to pasture.
Although the movie found itself delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the recently released theatrical poster for No Time To Die has confirmed a new November release date, and with the clock ticking down to release the studio has released the official cover from Zimmer’s score. Check out the cover below:
Personally, I am intrigued to see what Zimmer can bring to the Bond franchise. I have been a massive supporter of his earlier work, but his recent efforts on blockbusters like The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and X-Men Dark Phoenix have been woefully inadequate. Rumors suggest that Zimmer’s score for No Time To Die will echo the work of longtime Bond composer John Barry, and if that is the case I will be jumping with delight. Barry was one of the finest composers ever to grace the annals of Hollywood, and if Zimmer can harness his brilliance – we could be in for a very special send-off for one of the finest incarnations of James Bond ever to slip into the tuxedo.
No Time To Die shoots into multiplexes this November.
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