The new James Bond 007 film will be moving its release forward by just over a week to the end of September.
The story of the 25th James Bond movie No Time To Die has thus far been one of delay. That it was the first major blockbuster to postpone its release date when Covid hit, and since then there have been two further delays to the movie since then. It has been sat on the schedule for October 8th 2021 since the start of the year, some 18 months after it was first due to be with us.
But on the brighter side now, several territories are now reporting – with a tip of the hat to Anton Volkov for alerting us – that the new 007 feature will now be out in September instead. And it looks like 007 will be with us a little sooner than expected.
It’s only a shuffle forward of a week or so, but in the last few days, it’s been reported that Universal in Australia is moving the date to September, and it’s moved in the Netherlands and Switzerland too to September 30th.
That date had begun to be rumoured a few days back, and it seems like a matter of time now before Universal makes a similar release date confirmation in the UK. After all, the plan is usually to open James Bond films in Britain first – and it looks like we’ll be seeing Daniel Craig’s final outing in the role in the early autumn now.
We do understand as things stand that the UK release will be September 30th as well, to be clear, and schedules have been updated accordingly.
UPDATE: This has all been confirmed. September 30th it is…
We’ll keep you posted…
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