After all kinds of delays in November, the wait for the new James Bond movie will now be reduced to a few days. Ready for some good news after all? We have something, let’s say you’re a James Bond fan. The wait for the next James Bond movie will be slightly less than expected. After being delayed until November due to COVID-19, No Time to Die has now been advanced and will launch in the United States five days earlier than expected.
No Time To Die Release Date?
The release date for No Time to Die is now November 20 in the United States, as announced in the following tweet. As usual in a 007 movie, it will be released earlier in the UK, where it will be released on November 12 (as scheduled).
Originally, Time to Die wasn’t expected to come out last April, but it was one of several movies that delayed its release dates due to the coronavirus pandemic. Some movies are still moving, with Christopher Nolan’s theory delayed from two weeks to July 31.
However, we are still very excited about the Secret Agent licensed to kill to return to the big screen. If you want to know why look at everything we know about James Bond: There is no time to die.
The “license” had its own problems; The series was becoming tired and self-critical, and it felt out of sync with time. (When Pierce Brosnan replaced Dor Dalton, Gross doubled.) And against the competition, it was just a mismatch. The next three films were “Lethal Weapon 2,” “Batman,” and “Honey, I Shrink the Kids,” films that topped adjusted gross income of $ 1.1 billion. This would be a difficult lineup to deal with for any movie.
Meanwhile, Columbia opened “When Harry Met Sally” word of mouth in 41 theatres, averaging more than $ 50,000 per theatre. (A year earlier, the highly successful next week “Die Hard” premiered in 21 theatres before it was expanded.)