Daniel Craig starrer James Bond: No Time to Die was initially slated for an April 2020 release. The film found itself at a time when the coronavirus epidemic affected many parts of the world and was consequently pushed to November 2020. As Coronovirus scare continues, James Bond’s 25th release has been postponed again. Released in April 2020, the film can now be released only in 2021.
Initially, when the release of James Bond: No Time to Die was postponed until November 2020, it was cited that coronavirus is not the sole cause of the film’s delay.
However, given the ongoing crisis, there is no guarantee that a James Bond film will be made in a few months. As a huge fortune is involved in making the film, it is more likely to be released next year than in 2020, cinema halls with fewer audiences, a source told the Daily Mail. The budget of the film is stated to be 250 million USD which demands it to be screened in theaters. The release date of several films has been pushed forward in view of the outbreak of Coronavirus. As the film calendar remains clear until July, there is a possibility that James Bond: No Time to Die will be pushed next year.
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