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‘No Time to Die’ World Premiere for Live Streaming on Facebook (Exclusive)

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The London World Premiere of “No Time to Die” will be streamed exclusively on Facebook, Diversity Can reveal.

The social media platform confirmed access to the live red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday (September 2) and will broadcast the event via both Facebook and Oculus Venue, a testing ground for Facebook-backed Oculus VR headsets.

The red carpet will broadcast from 5:30 pm to 7:05 pm local time and the show will be hosted by presenter Clara Ampho. The production will include Facebook’s social video tools, such as live comments, captions and Q&A.

“No Time to Die” stars Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Leah Seddox, Lashana Lynch, Ben Hishao and Naomi Harris on the red carpet in London along with Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, as well as Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camwill. Health workers and members of the armed forces will also be present.

A great experience will allow Oculus users to access the red carpet live stream via the updated “Oculus Venue” app. Facebook has also launched an interactive AR filter on Instagram, which it owns, which will allow fans to place themselves in the inaugural order of James Bond.

Anna Higgs, head of Northern Europe’s Entertainment Partnership on Facebook, said: “No doubt this is the most talked about movie of the last two years and the 25th film in a favorite global franchise. Working with the Bond team to ensure that was a priority for us তারা wherever they were.

The Bond launch is one of the most anticipated premieres for the UK industry. The movie was originally scheduled to be released in April 2020, before the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic was released in November 2020, and then again in April 2021. Please, its final release date is stuck.

The film premiered on Friday (Sep0 September) in the UK and Oct. October in the United States

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today program on Monday, James Bond producers Barbara Brockley and Michael G. Wilson, longtime custodians of the iconic spy, said the possibility of replacing Daniel Craig by 2022 was not something they would entertain.

Brockley’s successor, Ian Productions’ half-siblings and chiefs, were asked if they had decided if they could replace Craig’s 007. “We are not thinking about it at all. We want Daniel to have time to celebrate. Next year we will start thinking about the future. ”

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