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No Time To Die brought several firsts for the James Bond franchise, including the first time fans aren't certain of its future.
Warning: This article contains spoilers.
It's the first time we've seen a female 007 - or anybody but James Bond take the 007 code for that matter; the first time (spoiler alert) that James Bond dies, and therefore, the first time fans don't know where James Bond will go from here.
There's been a lot of talk about who will play the next James Bond. Will future films be called '007' because James Bond, the spy attached to the code, ceases to exist? Or will there be a prequel? Or does James Bond miraculously survive a nuclear missile explosion? These are all good questions.
So with that being said, is there an end credits scene with some clues about Bond's future in it? Well, sort of.
At the end of No Time To Die, we see Madeleine driving through the same Italian city she and Bond were driving through at the start of the film, only this time with her daughter Mathilde (who we discover is fathered by Bond) in the passenger seat.
Madeleine tells Mathilde she's going to tell her a story about a man named James Bond. The film ends there with the two of them driving off into the distance.
After that emotional final scene (we were reaching for the tissues too), the end credits play and some fans have sat anxiously in their cinema seats waiting to see if there's an end credits scene with any clues about the future of James Bond.
We can confirm there isn't an end credits scene, but there is hope for the future of James Bond yet as the message which has appeared at the end of every James Bond film to date lights up the screen - "James Bond will return."
So you can rest assured that James Bond has a future. But what that future will look like is something only Barabara Broccoli and the rest of the crew knows for now.
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