Los Angeles: The global release of the James Bond movie No time to die Producers say it was postponed to October in October, dealing another blow to movie theaters trying to rebuild a business crushed by the corona virus epidemic.
The new debut date for the film is October 8, according to a statement from James Bond’s website and Twitter feed.
No time to dieOf the MGM and Comcast Corporation’s universal images, the original was to hit the big screen in April 2020 before going to November 2020 and then to April 2021.
The film, which cost an estimated 200 million, features actor Daniel Craig’s last show, Agent 007.
Cinema owners were hopeful No time to die The virus is still spreading in many areas, including Los Angeles’ Key Market, where movie gearing is recovering. Hollywood studios are reluctant to send their biggest films to theaters.
The next is a closely watched film black Widow Walt Disney Co. from Marvel Studios, which is currently scheduled to hit theaters on May 7 for the first time.