A couple of weeks ago we told you that the new James Bond movie, No Time to Die was going to be released on November 11. Today we found out that its premiere was postponed once again. Stay to know why and when is the new date.
The producers of the 25th installment of the agent 007 franchise have just announced that for the second time they will have to delay the release date of this long-awaited film.
Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the filmmakers, revealed the disappointing news.
The fans are eager to see Daniel Craig again as the mythical spy.
However, we will have to wait until April 2nd 2021.
The reason for this is of course the COVID-19 pandemic that has been hitting the world since December 2019.
Obviously the fact that many movie theaters have not opened their doors yet, has been decisive in this decision.
The idea is to be able to get the film released worldwide with the largest possible audience.
It is a strategy to try to reach a good collection at the box office.
We'll have to wait to see one of our all-time favorite franchises.
It'll surely be worth it.