The next James Bond film “No Time to Die” will be postponed again. There are two different reports that Daniel Craig’s final round of 007 will not arrive in early April as planned, and its release date may be postponed to November, possibly sometime in the fall. . Naturally, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is the culprit. The United Kingdom, Bond’s home market, is currently locked in for the third time nationwide, while 65% of theaters in the United States are closed. This is the single market with the highest box office revenue for Hollywood movies.
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The Dutch publication BN DeStem first brought the news of another release date of “Day Without Death”. Exhibitor Carlo Lambregts pointed out that the Bond film will be skipped from April to November. The film’s promotional partner told American publications that “Year Without Death” appeared to be delivered in late fall 2021, and the deadline was later added to dialogue. As of the deadline, neither MGM (the US distributor of the film) nor Universal Pictures (all international markets) had made any comments.
Given that Sony Pictures moved the Jared Leto Marvel superhero movie, this seems likely to happen Mobius From March to October early this week. In the weeks following April 2, there was no time to die. This will be the third release of “Son Without Death”, which was originally scheduled to be released in major theaters around the world on April 2, 2020. However, with COVID-19 sweeping the world, MGM and Universal Pictures are among the first films to release the next Bond film, pushing it to November 2020. However, as of November, the coronavirus has not disappeared, and the studios finally postponed it to April 2, 2021.
Interestingly, MGM has considered selling “Immortality” to streaming services, but prices such as Netflix and Apple TV+ are as low as US$600 million (approximately Rs 43.9 billion). James Bond is the cornerstone of MGM’s revenue, which was reportedly sold in December at a valuation of US$5 billion (approximately Rs 36,580 crore). The latest work “Spectre” has a global box office revenue of 880.7 million U.S. dollars (approximately 644.0 billion rupees), and its predecessor, “Heavenfall” is the highest grossing film ever, reaching 1.1 billion U.S. dollars (approximately 80.05 billion rupees).