The makers of the brand new James Bond film — which has already had its launch date pushed again as soon as because of the pandemic — on Friday stated it might not now be launched till April 2021. No Time to Die, the 25th instalment of the fictional British spy saga, sees Bond drawn out of retirement in Jamaica by his outdated good friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter.
It’s anticipated to be actor Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007, after starring in 4 earlier movies.
The film had been initially set for a London premiere on March 31, 2020 earlier than a rollout worldwide in April.
Because the coronavirus pandemic took maintain in March, MGM, Universal, and Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli introduced they had been delaying the release till November 12, with a US launch on November 25.
Then on Friday, they stated the movie can be delayed additional till April 2 “as a way to be seen by a worldwide theatrical viewers”.
“We perceive the delay can be disappointing to our followers however we now sit up for sharing NO TIME TO DIE subsequent 12 months,” they stated.