Reports Suggest No Time To Die Could Be Pushed Back Until November

Brenda Watkins
January 22, 2021

If anything, No Time to Die looks to be focusing on a theatrical release, but it would have to move from its set release of April 2 to sometime in the fall.

The 25th Bond movie, No Time to Die, has been delayed several times due to the pandemic.

As reported by Deadline, the first sign that a new adjustment could be on the horizon came on the website of the a regional Dutch newspaper BN DeStem, in which a cinema owner named Carlo Lambregts stated that the film has been postponed from April to November.

Should No Time To Die be delayed again, it will join Sony's Morbius as another high-profile movie of 2020 being pushed towards the end of 2021.

Now, with cinemas still closed as many countries battle the second wave, Hollywood news outlet Deadline says promotional partners have been told it will be out in November instead. Like many other films, NTTD was also looking for a streaming service interested in releasing it on their platform, but it looks like nobody was interested.

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Variety's Rebecca Rubin explained: "Both F9 [Fast and Furious 9] and No Time to Die are reliant on worldwide grosses, particularly in Asia where action franchises are especially popular". Naturally, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is to blame.

MGM reportedly did shop the movie to streamers, but none of 'em were willing to meet the whopping $600M asking price.

Reports suggest Tom Hardy is next in line.

The movie stars Daniel Craig, in his last appearance as Bond, alongside Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Rory Kinnear, Ralph Fiennes and Ana de Armas.

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