It changed the vision date Universal and MGM set for the new James Bond movie No Time to Die. The production, starring Daniel Craig, will be released earlier than planned.
In the last 24 hours, moviegoers have encountered a lot of demoralizing news. Especially with the postponing of Warner Bros’ productions, there were almost no teeth in the movie. The last blockbuster production we have left is Mulan.
Today, when the movies were delayed one after another, a good news came from MGM and Universal. The release date of James Bond: No Time to Die, produced by two companies and starring Daniel Craig, has changed. The release date of the movie was brought forward.
James Bond brought forward 5 days
One of the first postponed productions of this year was No Time to Die. The production, which had to be released on April 10, was postponed to November 25. With the new release, the production’s vision date has been updated to 12 November for the UK and 20 November for the USA.
Apparently, behind this decision is the idea of getting as much audience income as they can during the holidays. Warner Bros had allocated a period for him on the calendar with Tenet, which he postponed to the end of July, and Wonder Woman 1984, which he postponed to October 2. No Time to Die also plans to take a special place.
British agent on Thanksgiving Day
MGM and the film’s distributor Universal plan to release the production during the week of Thanksgiving / December. James Bond is preparing to fight Pixar’s production called Soul in this period. For now, no other opponent is expected at that time.
No Time to Die will be the last act of Daniel Craig’s iconic character. With Craig, Léa Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, Rory Kinnear and Christoph Waltz will return to the series with this production. Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnussen, Jeffrey Wright and Rami Malek, who will play the bad of the movie, will also enter the Bond universe for the first time with this movie.