Today “MGM, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, Universal and Bond producers are announcing the airing date of “No Time To Die.”
It is the 25th film by the Bond series. And it is going to be delayed once again until 2nd April 2021. Therefore, it will be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience. The filmmakers said during a statement.
“We understand the delay is going to be inadequate to our fans. But now we will anticipate sharing ‘No Time To Die’ next year.”
Many movies are shuffling around the wake of “Tenet’s” lackluster U.S. box office performance in September.
But industry experts suggested the premiere date for “No Time to Die” won’t waiver because the Bond franchise heavily depends on international ticket sales.
And it overseas cinemas have seen a more substantial return to theaters compared to domestic venues.
Yet the choice to move the upcoming Bond entry into next year isn’t entirely surprising. They consider that coronavirus cases in Europe have begun to rise again. And due to which the markets of Los Angeles and New York, the two biggest U.S., will remain off.
No Time To Die: Production Details
“No Time to Die” will require an estimated budget of over $200 million for production. Reportedly, the studio lost millions of dollars when it suspended the movie production earlier in 2020.
Moreover, Given Bond’s global appeal, the sequel’s backers wanted to attend until audiences feel security and safety around the globe, returning to theaters to possess an opportunity.
No Time To Die: Cast Details
Cary Joji Fukunaga directed “No Time to Die,” with Rami Malek set as Bond’s adversary Safin. Léa Seydoux is returning as Bond’s love interest.
The cast also includes:
- Lashana Lynch is playing a replacement ’00 agent.
- Ana de Armas
- Ben Whishaw
- Christoph Waltz.
More delay in production is another major twist to the industry. Without “No Time to Die,” Pixar’s “Soul” on 20th November is the next big movie slated for theatrical release.
However, there are rumblings that Disney will move the animated adventure. And possibly it even put it on Disney Plus.
Whereas the studio’s subscription streaming service. Two Warner Bros. titles, “Wonder Woman 1984” and “Dune,” will set to launch in December. Though there’s an opportunity that might be postponed again.