James Bond fans have heaped praise on writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge for championing women's empowerment after the first full trailer for the latest installment was released on Wednesday.
The new promotional clip sent viewers into meltdown as lead actress Lashana Lynch was unveiled as fierce agent Nomi - rumoured to be the first female 007 - alongside James Bond actor Daniel Craig, his love Madeleine (Lea Seydoux) and his aid Paloma, played by Ana de Armas.
And with the theme of feminism present in the film, excited social media followers took to Twitter to laud Fleabag's Phoebe, 34, for bringing female characters to the forefront of the iconic franchise.
'We trust you': Bond fans praised writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge (pictured in May) for championing women after the first No Time To Die trailer was released on Wednesday
One delighted fan penned: 'We stan powerful women in the 007 franchise #NoTimeToDie.'
Another tweeted: 'I’ll see it because I want to know what a Bond movie with Phoebe Waller-Bridges’ fingerprints all over it looks like. And because of Lashana Lynch. So yes, for the first time ever, I’m seeing a Bond movie because of the women.'
A third thanked comedian and playwright Phoebe for 'challenging' the traditional Bond subjects, stating: 'The question of Bond’s relevance in the 21st century has punctuated Daniel Craig’s entire tenure, after he almost became a joke by Die Another Day.
'Makes a lot of sense for #NoTimeToDie to challenge this again, especially with the first properly characterised female 00.'
Statement: The new clip sent viewers into meltdown as actress Lashana Lynch was unveiled as Nomi (L) - said to be the first female 007 - alongside aid Paloma, played by Ana de Armas (R)
Forefront: Lea Seydoux will play the role of Madeleine - James Bond's lover (Daniel Craig plays 007)
As the Killing Eve star is famed for her acclaimed unconventional writing style, another added: 'I trust Phoebe Waller-Bridge to ensure that we get the "women making fun of and beating up Bond" film we all deserve.'
Others added: 'It's worth noting this is the first Daniel Craig Bond film (perhaps the first of *all* the Bond films?) where a woman shares writing credit. That woman? Phoebe Waller-Bridge. #NoTimeToDie.'
'phoebe waller-bridge I trust you, know it. #notimetodie'. [sic]
'Gotta say though. Powerful energy coming from the new 007. Feel ima be sad when she's gone.' [sic]
Powerful: And with the theme of feminism present in the film, excited social media followers took to Twitter to laud Fleabag's Phoebe, 34, for bringing female characters to the forefront
Squealing with enthusiasm, more shared: 'THE NOISE I JUST MADE villain rami plus phoebe waller bridge having edited the script ?????? already on its way to being the most epic bond film yet thank u.' [sic]
'It was a whole "Oh, my f****g God!" to me! I cannot wait! Plus, I love to see black women playing important roles without all the extreme left fuss behind it! Will watch as soon as it gets to Germany.' [sic]
'REMI MALEK IS THE VILLAIN IN THE NEW BOND MOVIE AND WE HAVE A STRONG BLACK FEMALE 00 I AM LOAING MY MIND'. [sic]
'Right? UH-MA-ZING “Stay in your