The newest installment in the James Bond movie franchise,’No Time To Die’, will probably be postponed until April 2021 because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
Manufacturers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli declared that the movie – the launch of which had been postponed several times because the start of the coronavirus outbreak – could be published on 2 April 2021.
The decision was produced as a way to permit the movie to be shown at cinemas, a lot of which can be closed or functioning to reduced ability on account of this coronavirus pandemic.
“We realize that the delay will probably be unsatisfactory to our lovers, but we finally anticipate sharing No Time To Die,” said a statement printed on Twitter.
No Time To Die is the 25th in the film franchise and stars Daniel Craig as 007 too as Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, and Ana de Armas. It was initially due to open April 2020, only a month after several nations worldwide imposed lockdowns to block the spread of this virus.
Although in most countries in Europe, cinemas have reopened, in New York and Los Angeles, two of America’s most significant markets, they remain shut, AP reported.