A daughter whose dad was given weeks to live, is campaigning for her dad to be able to see the film ‘No Time To Die’ before its release.
The film will be seeing Daniel Craig as the legendary 007 for one last time before it was set to hit the screens last year and then pushed back to September 30 coming because of the pandemic.
For many James Bond fans this was an inconvenience, one person ‘No Time To Die’s delay has really impacted is James Millar.
James, 57, has been a huge Bond fan all his life, and has accumulated hundreds of pieces of Bond merchandise over the years.
He’s long looked forward to seeing Craig’s upcoming movie, but a devastating cancer diagnosis has left him with just weeks to live.
In the wake of his diagnosis, his daughter, Remy, is doing everything in her power to try to get her dad an exclusive screening of the movie before he passes away.
In regards to his love of all things Bond, Remy said her dad has been a fan of the franchise ‘for as long as anyone can remember.’
‘For me to be able to give him an amazing memory as a parting gift when that is all that he has the chance to value would be truly special,’ she added.
Following Remy’s recent campaign, she has reached out to people in the movie industry in the hopes of achieving her goal. In addition to sharing the video on her Instagram, Remy has shared it on Twitter where it has generated almost 15,000 views at the time of writing.