#JamesBond #NoTimeToDie trailer: Are Madeleine Swann and new villain connected?

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The No Time to Die trailer is out - and it has posed a huge number of questions for dedicated fans. One of the big questions it has posed is surrounding the villain, played by Rami Malek, and Madeleine Swann, played by Lea Seydoux. Are the two characters connected, or even worse, trying to kill James Bond himself?

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In the first full length trailer for No Time to Die, there are clearly cracks in the relationship between James Bond and his lady love, Madeleine Swann.

The pair met during the events of Spectre, and became entwined more than any other woman has with 007.

Bond even left MI6 to be with her, beginning No Time to Die as a retired spy, living with his wife in glorious sunshine.

However, soon things have broken down, as the trailer begins with them having a sad and frank conversation.

Are Madeleine and Safin connected in James BondAre Madeleine and Safin connected in James Bond (Image: Eon/MGM)

As Madeleine and Bond drive away from men chasing them, firing guns at them, it is clear something is afoot.

Madeleine says to Bond: "Why would betray you?"

To this, a furious Bond replies: "We all have our secrets - we just didn’t get to yours yet."

Clearly, he believes the goons chasing them are to do with her, and that perhaps she has revealed his identity to a terrorist organisation.

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Rami Malek as Safin, sporting the mask in No Time to DieRami Malek as Safin, sporting the mask in No Time to Die (Image: Eon/MGM)

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