No Time To Die: Craig’s final Bond film gets premiere at Kada Cinemas


Movie buffs and Entertainment enthusiasts had fun when Kada Plaza Cinema and Entertainment Center, Benin have showcased the much awaited blockbuster, James Bond 007, No Time To Die, Daniel Craig’s final Bond film.

Daniel Craig talks to Lashana Lynch as they arrive at the world premiere of the new James Bond film No Time To Die at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Britain, September 28, 2021 [Henry Nicholls/ Reuters]

The special screening exercise was part of programme of activities by the business outfit to mark Nigeria’s 61st Independence Anniversary celebration for customers in conjunction with the Nigerian Bottling Company.

Addressing newsmen at the movie premiere, the Managing Director of the Cinema and Entertainment Center Benin, Mr Trevor Pillay, said the movie was delayed for almost a year owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.

He said the center’s customers and Nigerians resident in Benin City now have the privilege to experience the much anticipated movie before its official release date of October 1st.

Pillay said the choice of Thursday September 30th 2021 was deliberate as it is part of activities lined up by the entertainment outfit for a memorable Independence Anniversary.

He enjoined all movie lovers and Nigerians in general to spare time and watch the much anticipated James Bond 007 No Time To Die.

The special screening exercise was done simultaneously in two movie theatres.

Prior to the commencement of the premier, guests were treated to a red carpet reception.

Some persons spoken to at the end of the VIP screening exercise said the movie surpassed their expectations while many others simply described it as the best of James Bond.

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