The newest James Bond film was initially set to launch in October final 12 months. Then it was February, earlier than being pushed again to April. But then the pandemic kicked off and now No Time To Die is due in UK cinemas on November 12.
Yet with a spike in coronavirus circumstances throughout the pond and right here within the UK, followers shouldn’t be so positive that this new date will stick.
Just within the final day Wonder Woman 1984 has moved from its October 2 launch to Christmas Day.
While MGM horror Candyman has been delayed indefinitely from the identical month to 2021.
The identical studio is behind No Time To Die, which is being distributed internationally by Universal Pictures.
So is Bond the following movie to shift again to 2021?
It’s actually doable and the final replace from MGM urged the studio is open to the likelihood.
Speaking at MGM’s investor name, COO Christopher Brearton stated final month, “We continue to monitor and adjust the timing of our remaining 2020 [film] slate.”
That’s hardly a dedication to sticking to the November launch date, however for now that’s what MGM are “currently” doing.
Perhaps, because of this if No Time To Die had been to shift to 2021, it could be all the way in which again to November 2021.
Hopefully not because it’s already been 5 years because the final James Bond film launched in Spectre.
No Time To Die is a direct sequel to Craig’s fourth 007 film.
With such a niche, informal Bond followers could wish to return and re-watch the primary 4 motion pictures to get a recap earlier than seeing the fifth and ultimate one for the star.
No Time To Die’s synopsis reads: “Five years after the seize of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, James Bond has left lively service.
“He is approached by Felix Leiter, his buddy and a CIA officer, who enlists his assist in the seek for Valdo Obruchev, a lacking scientist.
“When it turns into obvious that Obruchev was kidnapped, Bond should confront a hazard the likes of which the world has by no means seen earlier than.”
No Time To Die is presently set for UK launch on November 12, 2020.