As Daniel Craig's final out, James Bond pushed for Easter


The release of James Bond's new film "No Time to Die" has been postponed’ to next year.

As Daniel Craig's final out, James Bond pushed for Easter


The film, starring Daniel Craig, will end in 007. It was set to hit theaters in April, but coronavirus epidemics forced producers to release by November. ۔

Now, No Time to Die is on the move again, just a day after Billy Eilish debuted his new video for the film's theme. It will hit theaters on April 2. The latest Fast and Furious’ movie was to be released’ on the same day.

"We think the delay will be disappointing for our fans, but we look forward to sharing No Time to Die next year," reads a statement from studio owners at MGM.

In light of this news, the owners of Universal announced on Friday that the ninth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise, titled F9, will be delayed’ until May 28, 2021, so as not to compete directly with the highly anticipated Bond movie.

The decision comes as major US cinemas such as New York and Los Angeles remain closed due to the epidemic, and cinemas in the UK face another possible lockdown in the coming weeks. May have to.

Time tie-dye also includes Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomi Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, and Ralph Fiennes.


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