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‘No Time To Die’, the 25th James Bond film, delayed until October

The film was originally set to be released in April 2020.

No Time To Die, the 25th film in the 007 franchise, has been delayed until October, according to official channels. The move sees the film delayed for the third time with the Daniel Craig-led adventure set for cinema screens in April 2020. The pandemic saw most cinemas across the world close, and most of those are indeed still, and it looks like Bond isn’t the only film to move dates yet again.

Along with No Time To Die, which will now play from 8th October, Sony has moved animated and live-action hybrid ‘Peter Rabbit 2’ from April to June, the highly anticipated Ghostbusters sequel Ghostbusters: Afterlife will debut in November instead of the summer, and Edgar Wright’s next film Last Night In Soho will land in October instead of the spring as originally intended.

Video game adaptation Uncharted will now release in 2022, moved from a late 2021 bow, while superhero movie Morbius with Jared Leto will move from October to January of next year.

There are tons of other big releases still lined up for the summer, but I expect most of those will also move as the season for big-budget blockbusters comes closer. More as it comes in.


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