The film is now expected to hit theatres on April 2, 2021 which is exactly a year later than the originally-planned release date of April, 2020
The wait to see James Bond in action has just gotten longer. The film that has Daniel Craig play the famed British undercover agent was slated to release on November 12 this year (2020). However keeping in mind the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic, the theatrical release has now been pushed ahead to next year. According to a statement released by the makers, No Time To Die will now release on April 2, 2021 to have a worldwide theatrical audience.
“We understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing ‘No Time To Die’ next year,” the makers – MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli – said in the statement.
Watch the trailer of No Time To Die here: https://youtu.be/BIhNsAtPbPI
No Time To Die is the 25th film in the James Bond hit franchise and was initially slated to release in April 2020. But in the wake of the global health crisis since early this year, the film was then postponed to November 2020, before being pushed further ahead to April 2021, exactly a year later since the originally planned release date. The film also happens to be Daniel Craig’s last stint as the British agent 007.
Check out the Bond theme song right here: https://youtu.be/BboMpayJomw
Interestingly, the makers had dropped the music video of the Bond theme song ‘No Time To die’ rendered by Billie Eilish a day earlier (October 1, 2020), even though the song had been released in early February. The music has been composed by Hans Zimmer.
Besides Craig – who reprises his role as James Bond for the fifth time and the last time – the film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, stars Rami Malek (as Bond’s adversary Safin), Lea Seydoux (as Q), Lashana Lynch (as Nomi), Ralph Fiennes (as M), Naomie Harris (as Eve Moneypenny), Jeffrey Wright (as Felix Leiter), Ana de Armas (as Paloma), Ben Whishaw (as Q), and Christoph Waltz (as Ernst Stavro Blofeld).