‘No Time To Die’ has been delayed by one other six months.
The much-anticipated James Bond flick had already been pushed again twice because of the coronavirus pandemic, with Daniel Craig’s last jaunt because the suave spy first slated for launch in April 2020, earlier than being moved to November 2020, after which once more to April 2021.
And now it has been confirmed that the movement image will not hit screens till October 8, 2021.
A brand new poster for the movie was shared to the official Twitter web page for the film and is captioned: “NO TIME TO DIE 8 October 2021.”
‘No Time To Die’ was one of many first blockbusters to delay its launch when the pandemic first hit again in March.
In the meantime, the movie’s director, Cary Joji Fukunaga, beforehand defined how he will not be capable to transfer on from the challenge till it’s seen by an viewers.
The 43-year-old filmmaker mentioned: “I’ve by no means been capable of predict how individuals react to one thing I’ve made … It may fly or utterly fall. It does not change how I view the movie. God, I don’t know whether or not individuals have an urge for food for that or not proper now.
“It does not really feel just like the movie’s journey is full till it has been shared. Till then, it is a secret … I’ve by no means seen it with an viewers. I’d love to look at it with an viewers the primary alternative I get … And that can in all probability be the following time and final time I see it.”
Nevertheless, he added that delaying the film means little within the grand scheme of issues.
He mentioned: “I take a look at it unemotionally proper now … There are such a lot of larger issues taking place. I’ve buddies who’re dropping companies, eating places, and different buddies who’ve misplaced relations.
“The movie will come out when it is proper, and it’ll carry out within the context of this new world, by which nobody actually can outline what success or failure means.”