No Time to Die reaches the home stretch

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No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film made by Eon Productions, is in the home stretch.

In a about three months from now, the latest James Bond film will have its world premiere at Royal Albert Hall in London.

Whatever No Time to Die’s final version emerges, the latest Bond film is, more or less done. There may be a few differences here and there. But, essentially, No Time to Die is, more or less, finished.

Cary Fukunaga, No Time to Die’s director, has posted a few videos on his Instagram account.

Looking at it as a business, the latest Bond film will be out in 2020’s first quarter (the world premiere). Most Bond fans will view it a few days later. Whatever tweaks take place from here now, the movie is mostly done.

No Time to Die world premiere set for March 31

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No Time to Die’s world premiere will be March 31 in London, Eon Productions announced today.

The premiere showing will be at Royal Albert Hall, according to the announcement.

The 25th James Bond film will have its U.K. release two days later on April 2. It won’t arrive in the U.S. until an official release of April 10 (although there will be likely “preview showings” on the night of April 9.)

Royal Albert Hall previously hosted the world premieres of Skyfall and SPECTRE.

No Time to Die finished principal photography in October, with some pickup shots being filmed since then.

The movie is in post-production. Last week, it was announced that Hans Zimmer is scoring the movie and that Billie Eilish is co-writing and performing the title song.

The MI6 James Bond website reported Jan. 7 that recording sessions for the score were underway. The website was the first to report that Eilish would perform the title song.