The release of James Bond’s film No Time to Die has been delayed since Daniel Craig’s final outing of 007, as COVID-19 was pushed back several times amid the crisis
According to the news on Tuesday, the release date of No Time to Die has been rescheduled.
The film is currently scheduled to be released on April 2, but Dutch publication BN Destem has claimed that it will be delayed in November, according to cinema owner Carlo Lambregatz.
Deadline also reported that publicity partners have already been informed that there are preparations to change the release dates due to Daniel Craig’s final outing of 007.
Changes: The release of the James Bond film No Time to Die Tuesday reported that COVID-19 is ‘ready to be delayed again’ amid the crisis (pictured Daniel Craig)
Despite Lambrettes’ claims, the publication suggested that while a delay is expected a new release date has not yet been set in stone.
The deadline states that while a particular date has not yet been set, they report that it will be moved to a new date in the autumn.
The film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, was originally scheduled for release in April 2020, but was pushed back to November before release, once again brought to light by the coronovirus epidemic in April 2021 .
MailOnline has contacted EON Productions for comment.
Delay: BN Destem claimed the film would be delayed in November, while Deadline had already informed publicity partners that the film was set to change its release dates
No Time to Die is the franchise’s 25th film, and finds Bond after leaving active service and enjoying a quiet life in Jamaica, when his old friend Felix Letter, played by Jeffrey Wright, seeks help from the CIA Huh.
Leaving his seemingly happy life with Madeleine (Lee Sedoux), Bond returns to the arena to confront Safine (Rami Malek) who is equipped with a new dangerous technology that can affect the world.
After pushing the film’s release to October 2021 in October, MGM dismissed rumors that it was considering offering the film for a $ 600 million one-year licensing deal for streaming services.
Not Coming Soon: MGM dismissed rumors in October last year of whether it was looking to offer the film a $ 600 million one-year licensing deal for streaming services
‘We do not comment on rumors. The film is not for sale. The MGM spokesperson told Variety that the film’s release has been postponed until April 2021 to preserve the theatrical experience for filmmakers.
Bloomberg had reported that Netflix, Amazon and Apple were all approached about the possibility of offering the film for premium VOD.
However, according to Deadline.com, none of the streaming services were prepared to put more than half the amount demanded by the studio.
Holding Out: The film was originally scheduled to be released in April 2020, but the release was pushed back until November before the COVID-19 crisis changed to April 2021