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We were all excited for James Bond’s ‘No Time To Die’, which was supposed to be released in April but… covid-19 had them decide otherwise.
The release date has been delayed to November 12 in the UK and November 25 in the US, according to sources.
This movie is the first major movie that’s affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The official 007 Twitter account tweeted this and netizens are not having it. However, there’s we can do now…
There’s no detailed reason behind the postponement, but it stems from the fact that people might be afraid to go out in public amid the outbreak. This will definitely financially affect the movie, and hopefully by November, covid-19 will be a thing of the past.
Other major movies that will be releasing around the same time as Bond’s original release date would be Antebellum, Trolls World Tour, and Marvel’s Black Widow. But we don’t know if these movies will be delayed as well for now- we shall wait and see!
Are you disappointed or glad that it’s been postponed?
Info via Mashable
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