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No Time To Die release date: another huge delay hits Bond movie

April is once again a time to die (just a year later than promised).

No Time To Die release date: another huge delay hits Bond movie
05 October 2020

No Time To Die, the latest Bond movie, has been delayed yet again - with the movie coming out a whole year after its original release date.

It was back in March when the first delay was revealed and, at the time, it was a big one.

Announcing the news on Twitter, in March, the official Bond account noted:

"MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, announced today that after careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace, the release of NO TIME TO DIE will be postponed until November 2020."

While we are still over a month away from that new No Time To Die release date, the makers of the new Bond movie has decided to delay things further.

Taking to Twitter, again, it revealed that the No Time To Die release date wold now be 2 April 2021, a year after it was first meant to be coming out in cinemas.

The news is a shock but given the changeable nature of what we can all do, thanks to Covid-19, it is understandable. It has sent shock waves through the cinema world, though, with Cineworld announcing its plans to close all of its UK cinemas indefinitely until the box-office situation has gotten better.