Fans of James Bond will have to wait even longer for the release of the 25th film about the secret agent. No Time To Die namely has been postponed again. The new release is scheduled for October 2021.
The latest Bond film appeared in a world without the corona virus No Time To Die in the halls in April 2020. But due to the coronavirus outbreak, the release of the film had to be postponed. And that postponement is now extended even longer.
October 8, 2021
No Time To Die is the 25th James Bond film and also the last in which actor Daniel Craig takes on the role of the legendary secret agent. The release of the film has been postponed several times and was now scheduled for April 2, 2021, but that date also turned out to be too early.
It is clear that MGM wants to get the film in theaters at all costs, at a time when as many people as possible can go to those theaters. That is why the studio has postponed the 25th Bond film again. The new date is now October 8, 2021.
Two years delay
Originally the release of No Time To Die planned for November 2019, but due to changes in production, the release was first postponed to February 2020 and later to April 2020. But when April arrived, the world was already under the spell of hot coronavirus. As a result, the release was postponed again to November 2020.
But that date also turned out to be too optimistic. So the release was delayed again, to April 2021 this time. But due to the second wave of the corona virus, which has dragged on for longer than expected, there will be another delay. So this time to October 8, 2021.