At the beginning of No Time to Die, Craig’s Bond is enjoying retirement. After having been fishing on his yacht, he returns to his beach house to find a surprise.
Inside his house, he notices a cigarette butt, which appears to have been left behind by Jeffrey Wright’s CIA agent, Felix Leiter.
The first thing to mention is that the smokable says 1952, which is the year Ian Fleming began writing his first Bond novel, Casino Royale, at his GoldenEye home in Jamaica. What’s more intriguing is that the brand of the cigar is called Delectado, which is the Easter egg from Die Another Day.
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