The creators of the James Bond film franchise announced Tuesday that they are postponing the release of the next installment of the series to November 25 in the United States. No Time to Die was originally scheduled for release on April 10. The reason: coronavirus.
No, Daniel Craig, the famous Agent 007, does not have Covid-19. However, the producers have announced that after careful and thorough evaluation of the world cinema market, the release of No Time to Die has been postponed to November 20.
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This decision is a direct consequence of the spread of the coronavirus. The powers-that-be behind the film were reasonably concerned that it will severely curtail attendance in movie theatres, places that are usually crowded when such popular feature films are shown.