James Bond: No Time To Die delayed to 2021

James Bond: No Time To Die has been delayed.


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The next James Bond installment has been delayed again because of COVID-19, with the film pushed till April 2, 2021. No Time To Die was  delayed from its March launch by the coronavirus pandemic, rescheduled for launch within the UK and Australia on Nov. 12, and within the US on Nov. 20. However on Friday, 007 was pushed into next year.

“MGM, Common and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, as we speak introduced the discharge of No Time To Die, the 25th movie within the James Bond collection, will probably be delayed till 2 April 2021 in an effort to be seen by a worldwide theatrical viewers,” the James Bond Twitter account tweeted.

It comes at some point after the James Bond: No Time to Die music video from Billie Eilish launched on YouTube. The video exhibits black and white footage from the upcoming film, in addition to the singer performing the track.

Billie Eilish was chosen back in January for the Bond theme, and is the youngest artist to put in writing and document a James Bond theme track.

The most recent No Time to Die trailer launched final month, with the flick to be the 25th James Bond movie and Daniel Craig‘s last outing because the spy. It is the longest movie in the 007 series, with a runtime of two hours and 43 minutes.

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Corinne Reichert