No Time to Die Movie Actor and Song

No Time to Die Movie Actor and Song

Information About No Time to Die Movie Song and Actor/Actress

No Time to Die is the new movie of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). Get information what song is used in No Time to Die movie. Actor/actress list of No Time to Die.

After leaving active service, James Bond is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica — but his retirement is short-lived when old friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter turns up asking for help. Caught between a competitive new 00′ agent and growing suspicions surrounding his fiancé, Bond embarks upon a new mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist. This turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading the agent onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with a dangerous new technology. “No Time to Die” hits theaters April 8, 2020.

Actor/Actress in No Time to Die Movie

No Time to Die movie actor/actress list is below

Daniel Craig – James Bond
Ana de Armas – Paloma
Ben Whishaw – Q
Billy Magnussen – Ash
Christoph Waltz – Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Jeffrey Wright – Felix Leiter
Lashana Lynch – Nomi
Lea Seydoux – Dr. Madeleine Swann
Naomie Harris – Eve Moneypenny
Ralph Fiennes – M
Rami Malek – Safin
Rory Kinnear – Bill Tanner

Song in No Time to Die Movie

Song in No Time to Die Movie is James Bond Theme by Monty Norman.
This song is available on iTunes you can listen and download it form iTunes store.
The preview of Song in No Time to Die Movie is James Bond Theme by Monty Norman is below.

To listen full song or download please follow below link.

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About Monty Norman

b. 4 April 1928, London, England. Born into a family of Jewish immigrants from Latvia, Norman took an early interest in music and in the post-war years began singing and writing songs. He worked as a singer, notably with the bands of Cyril Stapleton, Stanley Black and Ted Heath. He appeared on radio and at the popular Sunday concerts at the London Palladium. After launching his solo career he appeared at variety theatres throughout the UK and also worked on radio and television in shows such as That Old Black Magic. His composing for the West End theatre included songs written for the musicals Expresso Bongo and Irma La Douce (both 1958), in collaboration with Julian More and David Heneker, the latter show with Marguerite Monnot’s music.  Source Apple Music

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