Bond 25: This singer is supposed to sing the title song


     Hardly any other film series is as well known for its title songs as the Bond films. April starts with James Bond: No Time To Die the last film with Daniel Craig as 007. Allegedly, an artist has now been found for the theme song.
    In James Bond: No Time To Die, the well-known MI6 agent returns from retirement to help a friend who reports of kidnapped scientists. Behind it is an internationally sought-after cyber terrorist who needs to be defeated. James Bond even seeks help from an old nemesis. Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) gives Bond advice from the prison.
    After the last James Bond title songs were recorded by stars like Adele and Sam Smith, another prominent singer is now following in these footsteps. Rumor has it that the theme song for No Time To Die is from Billie Eilish. Anyone who has listened to the radio or been on the internet in the past two years knows the 18-year-old. With songs like Bad Guy or Burry A Friend, the singer became one of the most sought-after stars of all. Her first album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? became the most successful album in 2019 and on Spotify the song Bad Guys reached over 1.1 billion streams.
    Both Skyfall with Adele and Specter with Sam Smith both won the Academy Award for the best song. If Billie Eilish succeeds in another successful song, chances are good to win three Oscars in a row. The James Bond soundtrack is composed by Hans Zimmer, who stands in for the recently dismissed composer Dan Romer.
    We'll find out whether Billie Eilish will actually be responsible for the title song no later than April 2, 2020, when James Bond 007: No Time To Die starts in cinemas.
    Source: MI6-HQ

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