Daniel Craig known as James Bond revealed that the decision to push the dates of the release of the upcoming film No Time To Die has been postponed to November to spring of 2021 for the fans. The makers wanted to ensure that the fans get to enjoy the movie at the same time around the world.
He disclosed this intention in the show, The Tonight Show and addressed the delay in the release of the much-awaited film. “This thing is just bigger than all of us. We want to release the movie at the same time all around the world and this isn’t the right time. So fingers crossed, April 2 is going to be our date.
This film is the 25th Bond movie which was officially set to release on November 12 in the UK and on November 20 in the US. But the film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga has been further postponed in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
He further added, “I’m so glad I came back and did this last one. The story, it just didn’t feel complete and I needed a break. Once I had and we started talking about storylines and things we could do I was like, ‘I’m in’.”
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