NTTD delayed to April 2021

One of the many No Time to Die posters

No Time to Die has been delayed again, this time to April 2021, the Eon Productions official James Bond website said.

The 25th James Bond film has had a series of release dates. At one point, it was to come out in April of this year. It got pushed back to November because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The movie is being released by United Artists Releasing, co-owned by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, in the U.S., and Universal internationally.

3 Responses

  1. Not a surprise at all, especially with news that the UK is shutting down again.

  2. This is the most reasonable move they can make it this point in time.

    I hope they’re really doing it for the health and safety of those of us who have watched their films over all these years. In any case, they are doing the right thing by postponing it.

    Until we can get a grip on this pandemic, we need to be cautious. If we’re not, we put ourselves and others at serious risk.

    So, thanks to MGM, UA, Eon, and all of those involved in this decision making process including, obviously, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson.

    It is appreciated. And we look forward to your upcoming Bond release because at this unusual point in history, it’s NO TIME TO DIE.

  3. Being a businessman myself, i understand eon productions and they’re associates have to protect they’re brand and investments at this time. A financial loss at the cinema’s can be big, the movie is already made thank god.

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