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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”.