Although COVID-19 has ravaged the entertainment industry around the world, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. In this case, it is for James Bond fans that have waited very patiently for the new Bond film, No Time To Die. The release date in the US has now been changed to November 20, which is five days earlier than the previously announced date. Check out the latest trailer below.
Bond fans have waited a long time for this movie as the US release date was originally in April 2020, and has now been changed twice. This particular film has more buzz than usual surrounding it because it is said to be actor Daniel Craig’s last Bond role. The coronavirus pandemic has shifted the release date of not only No Time To Die, but many other anticipated films such as Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. The 25th Bond film will compete with Pixar’s Soul at the box office on the weekend before Thanksgiving.
Director Danny Boyle was set to take on the 007 film but was then replaced in 2018 by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the director and executive producer of True Detective and director of Netflix’s mini-series Maniac. It was announced in January 2020 that Billie Eillish was to write and perform the title track of the film. She is the youngest artist ever to perform a Bond title track.
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