This would be the third time the movie has been postponed. Photo: Universal Pictures | Universal Pictures
The new wave of infections due to the pandemic could once again radically affect the film premieres that were waiting impatiently to be released in the first months of 2021. One of these films is the long-anticipated one « No Time To Die« , last installment of Daniel Craig in his interpretation of James bond.
New reports begin to indicate that MGM and Eon They are currently considering delaying its premiere again, which is scheduled for April 2, considering the possibility of moving the film until the fall of this year, this given the concern of the level of contagion and the impossibility of releasing it in places where cinemas are kept completely closed.
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The Dutch site BN DeStem would report by a chain of exhibitors that the film would be moved for its premiere in November 2021. Other reports (Deadline) would indicate, in a more ambiguous way, that the film would be released in « autumn of 2021 « , without specifying a tentative date.
Rumors about the new delay in the film date back to December, the month in which a new increase in infections among the world population was estimated due to the pandemic due to the meetings of the end of the year festivities and some travels. Hollywood I would have reconsidered some of their premieres. for example, « Morbius« It would go from premiering in March to April.
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At this point it is impossible not to consider « No Time To Die« as the most unfortunate production throughout the pandemic. Just a few weeks after its premiere, and with the rise of contegios, the film would have gone from being released in April 2020 until November, at a time when no one thought the pandemic could linger for so long.
In October, the month in which the film was moved to April 2021, the seriousness of the matter was already more than evident, as well as the impossibility that many cinema chains could return to normality in their respective communities, which has meant in a heavy blow to an industry that would seek ingenious ways to survive in this period of uncertainty.