The wait for the next James Bond movie will be a bit shorter than expected. After it was delayed until November due to COVID-19, No Time to Die has now been shifted forward and will release five days sooner than expected in the United States.
As announced in the tweet below, No Time to Die’s release date is now November 20 in the US. As per usual for a 007 movie, it’ll be out prior to that in the UK, where it debuts on November 12 (as previously scheduled).
No Time to Die was originally expected to be out this past April, but it was among the many movies to have their release dates moved back due to the coronavirus pandemic. Some films are still shifting around, with Christopher Nolan’s Tenet having just been pushed back two weeks to July 31.
The last Bond film, Spectre, was released five years ago in 2015, making this the longest wait in between 007 romps since Daniel Craig took over the role from Pierce Brosnan in 2006’s Casino Royale. And No Time To Die hasn’t exactly had a smooth production; uncertainties surrounding it have ranged from whether Craig would return to the role of Bond, to changes in directors and writers. The COVID-19 delay is just the movie’s latest setback.
However, we’re still very excited for the secret agent with a license to kill to return to the big screen. If you want to know why, check out everything we know about James Bond: No Time to Die.
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