Initially, the movie starring Daniel Craig would be released on November 12.
Many film and series releases have had to delay their release and production due to the coronavirus, such as HBO Spain's Homeland, Christopher Nolan Tenet's long-awaited film, or, now, the new James Bond film titled No time to die.
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According to various sources, Universal Pictures and MGM are considering delaying the premiere of the film starring Daniel Craig until the summer of 2021, as it is not known when theaters would reopen. Its premiere is originally scheduled for next November 12.
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Since the situation of COVID-19 is unpredictable, the study does not want to risk releasing No time to die at a time when people are still suspicious of going to theaters and not raising enough money to make a profit.
In this new installment in Agent 007's saga, James Bond enjoys his break in Jamaica until his friend Felix Leiter appears to ask him for help on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist. For now, all that remains is to wait for a confirmation from the study to know if No Time To Die will actually premiere on November 12 or be delayed until the summer of 2021.