New Bond Film “No Time To Die” Delayed Because Of Coronavirus

You’ll have to wait a few months longer for the next installment in the James Bond series.

Daniel Craig’s last Bond film “No Time to Die” is delayed by 7 months amid Coronavirus outbreak. The release of No Time To Die has been postponed until November because of concerns of coronavirus. The movie was scheduled to be released in April 2020.

MGM, Universal, and the film’s producers made the decision based on audience safety and global box office impact. We will have to wait until November 25th to see Daniel Craig’s last run as 007.
Do you think other movies will face the same delays?

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