News: 'No Time To Die' delayed...again
With the COVID-19 pandemic showing little sign of slowing, despite a global vaccination programme being pushed out, it's no surprise Hollywood is still not willing to gamble against empty cinemas and deserted cities as life tries to find a way back to normality over the year.
No Time to Die has been delayed, announced over social media, to a new date of 8th October 2021 from the previous 2nd April, and their recycled teaser poster now reflects the new date.
This of course isn't the first, second or even third time No Time to Die has run into delays:
- Originally slated for November 2019 to accommodate original director, Danny Boyle
- Pushed back to February 2020
- Delayed to April 2020 after Boyle's departure
- Delayed to November 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Delayed to April 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Delayed to October 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
So even James Bond can't seem to win against the world's deadliest unseen enemy right now.
Fingers crossed our world can get back to some normality during 2021 and we see the return of 007 in October.
'No Time To Die' will be released globally from October 2021.