No Time to Die is belatedly released on 30 September. To mark the occasion, you get to grill 007. So what do you want to ask the man about to cast off the most coveted tux in cinema?
Nineteen months after its original release date, the 25th James Bond film will finally be seen in cinemas at the end of the month. It was the first major film to be postponed at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic; many are banking on its eventual appearance marking an end to deep industry uncertainty.
The film itself is still, remarkably, swathed in mystery. Five years after the capture of Christoph Waltz’s Blofeld, Bond has retired to Jamaica, but is then enlisted by CIA pal Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) to help search for a missing scientist.