The 25th movie for Secret Agent is Daniel Craig’s latest performance as Bond, with a cast that includes Oscar winner Rami Malek, as well as Lashana Lynch, Ana de Aramas, Lee Sedoux, and Naomie Harris. Like many others, she has been a victim of the coronavirus pandemic, and her release date was delayed in the wake of the outbreak (and even if theaters hadn’t closed, the movie might have been protected). So when will it be released now?
This is what you need to know …
When is the new release date for No Time to Die?
No Time to Die will now launch in November 2020.
It is currently slated for a movie premiere on November 12, assuming things had some sense of normalcy at the time. The film was one of the first major entertainment events to fall victim to the epidemic, leading to the postponement of blockbuster movies, concerts, television shows, sporting events, and other major events on the entertainment calendar.
Producers confirmed the news in a tweet a few weeks ago, due to the film’s world premiere in London.
‘MGM, Universal, and producer of Bond Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have announced that the release of the movie will be postponed until November 2020 seeing the evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace and after careful consideration.
When was the film postponed?
The postponement of No Time to Die was officially announced on March 4: Tickets for film screenings were on sale now. After the cancellation of the press tour to Hong Kong, China and Japan, which flies to the premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 31, this raised concern among fans about the release date.
“Only a person who cannot show symptoms can infect the rest of the audience,” Punters said in an open letter on the MI6: The Home of James Bond 007 website.