No Time To Die delayed until April as Bond movie pushed back again


Producers say the 25th movie in th

The latest James Bond move, No Time To Die, has been delayed again – this time until April, producers have said.

The film – number 25 in the long-running series – had been due in cinemas next month.

A message on the official James Bond Twitter feed said it would now be released on 2 April 2021 “in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience”.

It was originally due out in April this year, but that coincided with the coronavirus lockdown.

As we approach the winter months, there are concerns about a possible second wave of COVID-19, again making the movie’s release less than ideal.

Producers said they understood that a second delay would be “disappointing to our fans”.


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