American singer Billy Ailes released the song “No Time To Die”, which will be the soundtrack for the new film about adventures of James bond.
“Write a song for a movie of such legendary series is a big honor for me. James bond is the biggest franchise in movie history. I’m still in shock,” admitted the singer.
Live this song Ailish will be first performed on Tuesday, February 18, at the ceremony music awards Brit Awards in London (UK).
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It should be noted that the film “No time to die” will be the 25th bond film. In the story, James bond has retired and is enjoying the quiet life in Jamaica. However, his old comrade from the Central intelligence Agency Felix Leiter asks for help. On the way to the mission, bond will challenge the mysterious villain, who is armed with unprecedented technology.
The role of a British special agent for the fifth time will play Daniel Craig, and the main antagonist will be a character Rami Malek.
World premiere of the film “007: No time to die” in the UK scheduled for 2 April 2020. In Ukraine, the tape should be out on 9 April 2020.
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Recall that hosted the 62nd ceremony music awards “Grammy”, where singer Billy Ailes received all possible awards.
As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, singer Billy Ailes put a vivid series of photos, posing for the March issue of the iconic fashion glossy Vogue, where graced three covers.
Also “Know.Eeyore” wrote that the rating of the Grammy struck the bottom for the past 12 years.
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