The launch of this James Bond movie”No Time To Die” was postponed again, this time into 2021, due to the consequences of COVID-19 in the theatrical organization.
MGM, Universal, and Bond manufacturers, Michael G. Wilson, and Barbara Broccoli, stated on Twitter Friday the 25th installment in the franchise will currently open worldwide on April 2, 2021.
“No Time To Die” was initially supposed to start in April 2020 but had been pushed back to Nov. 12 from the U.K. and Nov. 20 in the U.S. It had been among the first Hollywood movies to abandon its launch before cinemas from the U.S. closed down in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Its preceding April 2 launch date could have set it into direct competition with Bond.
Other significant studios have made similar conclusions within the last couple of weeks.
Cinemas stay closed in New York and Los Angeles, two of North America’s largest markets.
Ticket sales for Warner Bros.'”Tenet,” the very first blockbuster to start in theatres worldwide following weeks of coronavirus-related closures, haven’t been as strong as expected for in the U.S.
The Walt Disney Co. last week postponed the projected 2020 releases of a couple of important films until 2021. Universal postponed”Candyman” another year.
Some significant releases continue to be intended for 2020. They comprise”Magic Woman 1984,” which was pushed back to Christmas after several flaws and Kenneth Branagh’s puzzle”Death on the Nile.” It’s currently set for Dec. 18.