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Daniel Crag's last outing as James Bond in 'No Time to Die' is about to *finally* be released. See how fans are reacting to the Billie Eilish theme.

Why Billie Eilish’s “No Time to Die” is the best Bond anthem?

The Bond theme. It’s an iconic part of the James Bond franchise. The biggest star of the day makes a song about the newest James Bond movie, usually to some pretty solid acclaim. Remember Tina Turner’s amazing “Goldeneye” or Paul McCartney’s still great “Live and Let Die”? Sam Smith & Adele won Academy Awards for their respective bond themes.

Now, however, Billie Eilish has entered the chat with her moody & atmospheric “No Time to Die”. After about a million related COVID-19 delays, the movie is set to be released on Oct. 8. Based on early critical reactions, people are feeling pretty good about it. It has an 87% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and Daniel Craig is seeing praise for his final turn in the role. 

How are people feeling about Eilish’s theme now? Well, let’s take a look at some of our favorite reactions for Billie Eilish’s “No Time to Die” song. 


Continue to slap

They are bangers.



Eilish’s red carpet look and song are both iconic.


Not only is Eilish’s “No Time to Die” good 

The whole soundtrack slaps.


Grammys not enough?

Maybe it’s time to give Eilish some Oscar gold?


There have been bad Bond themes as well

Others, however, are not feeling the love.


What’s your fave?

People are also thinking about their own fave Bond themes in the lead-up to No Time to Die. 


It’s not that bad

Seriously. It looks like “No Time to Die” may be pretty divisive with Bond fans


To be fair . . .

We all lose our minds when Billie Eilish starts singing.


We’ll have to see

But seriously, depending on how the Best Original Song race shapes up? Eilish may walk away with an Oscar.



To be fair here, “No Time to Die” has been out for over a year. Thanks, Covid! 

Do you love or hate Billie Eilish’s “No Time to Die”? Are you excited to see No Time to Die finally out in theaters? Let us know in the comments below. 

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