The latest James Bond film No Time To Die has been pushed back to November 12. The film was originally supposed to open in April, but due to Coronavirus fears the production has decided to reschedule the release. The news came today that Eon bosses Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson made the monumental decision to delay the highly-anticipated final film in Daniel Craig’s roster.
No Time To Die is the 25th film in the mammoth James Bond franchise.
And now it has become the first Hollywood film to push its release date as a result of fears over the coronavirus outbreak.
The statement was posted on the James Bond official Twitter page, saying.
It read: “MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, announced today that after careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace, the release of NO TIME TO DIE will be postponed until November 2020.
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UK fans won’t have as long to wait, as the film will open November 12.
American cinema-goers will then be able to go and see the film on November 25.
The film had been due to roll out across the world in early April, following a world premiere on March 31 in London.
But pushing back Craig’s final outing has fan frustration reaching a new high in the wake of the news.
Flocking to the Twitter comments, one person joked: “Audiences will have to die another day from a virus that has a view to a kill.”
“This is just getting ridiculous. Why don’t we just shut down everything given the level of panic that’s going on,” another fan raged.
A third simply declared: “Pathetic.”
While a fourth teased: “News that has us shaken, not stirred.”
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“How stupid is this,” a fifth declared.
And a sixth worried: “Not a decision they would have made lightly. Seems they have been better informed than us.”
“Nooooooo!!!! I can’t wait that long,” another fan begged.
“FFS!! Was looking forward to it,” one Twitter user added.
James Bond No Time To Die is released in cinemas November 12.
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