The worldwide release of the new James Bond film No Time To Die has been postponed again. The film will not be released in April but on October 8, according to an announcement on the official website.
A reason for the new postponement is not given, but it will undoubtedly be because of the corona virus. Cinemas are closed in many countries and it is still unclear what that will be like in April.
The 25th Bond film, the last to star Daniel Craig as secret agent 007, was originally scheduled to be released in late 2019. That was initially postponed for a few months because the intended director resigned and then the corona pandemic threw a spanner in the works. The planning was successively November 2020, April 2021 and now October 2021.
Cinemas hoped so No Time To Die this spring would lead to a revival of their completely collapsed sector. According to entertainment media, their hopes are now pinned on the Marvel superhero movie Black Widow, which is scheduled for May.
The last trailer was premiere in November: