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It’s hard to imagine that the world’s most famous spy with a license to kill would ever answer to a Yank from across the pond. After all, he works for Her Majesty’s Secret Service. But “No Time to Die,” the 25th James Bond film, is the first in the long-running series where an American, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, got to call the shots.

Perhaps best known for his gritty HBO mystery series “True Detective,” Fukunaga brings a similar brooding tone to the latest and last installment to star Daniel Craig as secret agent 007.

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