James Bond: No Time To Die Delayed For The Third Time Due To Coronavirus
We’ve all been waiting mercilessly for the next Bond film No Time To Die, but now we’ve heard from the official website of the film that Daniel Craig’s next adventure as 007 has been pushed back yet again thanks to the Covid pandemic.
Originally set for release in April 2020, cinemas were plunged into the unknown when films, including James Bond, were pulled from their portfolios with them eventually being closed completely by government guidelines. This is incredibly sad news with this film branded as being Craig’s final outing as the James Bond character 007 with him being joined by Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek as Safin.
Obviously, this isn’t the only major hit that has been greatly affected by the pandemic, with Fast 9 also being pushed back to later this year, along with Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Morbius starring Jared Leto.
While there are rumours that the next Bond film may be released online, the company is currently aiming for a release date of October 8 later this year in cinemas.