The next installment of the British agent, Die can wait, will be the subject of a charity evening on September 29 with a screening of the film at the opera followed by a dinner. Profits will be donated to the Princess Grace Foundation USA.
Fortunate James Bond fans will be able to preview the next part of his adventures, Die can wait, while combining the useful with the pleasant.
For the modest sum of 2,500 dollars (around 2,130 euros), a privileged few will be able to attend the charity evening organized on September 29 in Monaco by the Princess Grace Foundation USA (supporting emerging talents in theater, dance and cinema), with at the end of the day, a screening of the film at the opera house followed by a dinner in the salons of the Principality’s casino. Information relayed by our colleagues from Monaco Morning , which is worth its weight in gold.
Among the celebrations, a tribute will be paid in particular to the legendary Roger Moore, who died in 2017, who played the British spy seven times between 1973 and 1985, specifies the regional daily.
Directed by the American Cary Fukunaga, who himself received a grant from the Princess Grace Foundation USA, To die can wait marks the final mission of Daniel Craig as 007. Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek, Christopher Waltz, Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch and Naomi Harris will accompany the British actor. After many vicissitudes linked to the pandemic, the film, the release of which has been postponed many times, will be released in theaters on October 6. For a more accessible price.