The new James Bond movie is still arriving in November, but has moved a week forward on the release schedules.
It seems very different times now, but when the decision was made by the James Bond team to put back the release of the 25th 007 adventure, No Time To Die, there was some questioning as to whether the seven month and change delay for the film was something of an overreaction.
As it turned out, the Bond team had read the situation better than some world leaders.
The film was put back to November, as you likely know, but there’s been a very slight jiggle forward for the release date now, as studios prepare for cinemas to slowly reopen. The UK release date for the movie now stands at November 12th, whilst in the US it’s now on November 20th. That’s basically moved forward a week.
Of course, it all hinges to a degree on people revisit cinemas when they reopen. But given that No Time To Die was and is expected to be the biggest film of the year, it may yet be the carrot to lead lots of people back.
More as we hear it.
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