The twenty-fifth James Bond movie, which may as well be Daniel Craig’s last venture as James Bond, finally has a title. It was announced that the film will be called No Time to Die, although the previous title was Bond 25. The movie, which was initially being directed by Danny Boyle, is now being directed by Cary Fukunaga, as the former left the project due to creative differences. According to reports, the film was delayed by six months due to Danny leaving. The plot revolves around how James Bond is leading a retired life in Jamaica, but is forced to come out of retirement when his old CIA friend, Felix Leiter shows up asking for his help. No Time to Die is set to hit theatres on April 3, 2020, in the UK.