It is looking very likely that James Bond will not be sipping martinis and despatching bad guys any time soon, with word spreading that No Time to Die is looking to ditch its current April release date and move instead to sometime in the fall. Potentially being pushed back all the way to November. With the current state of the ongoing situation in both the United States and the United Kingdom, the latter of which is a key market for 007, MGM is reportedly looking to delay the movie to later in the year. The situation in the United Kingdom in particular has been escalating over recent weeks, with the nation recently thrown back into lockdown, bringing a grinding halt to the theater industry once again. A further delay to No Time to Die should not come as too much of a surprise, as the latest James Bond outing has already been delayed several times. No Time to Die is also not the only tentpole release eyeing another push back, with the likes of comic book movie Morbius having already been taken that step, with Fast and Furious 9 likely to join them. RELATED: Ana de Armas Went Full John… Read full this story
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