James Bond: No Time to Die: Theatrical release postponed again

Fans of the UK secret agent have to be patient, the theatrical release of "James Bond: No Time to Die" has been postponed again.

The theatrical release of "James Bond: No Time to Die" has been postponed again. It starts now on Easter weekend 2021. "MGM producers, Universal and Bond, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, announced today that 'No Time To Die', the 25th film in the James Bond franchise, will be released in theaters , is postponed to April 2, 2021 so that it can be seen by a worldwide cinema audience ", it says officially on Twitter. The film had previously been postponed to November 12 of this year.

This decision comes at a time when the coronavirus pandemic is not only firmly gripping the cinemas of New York City (which reopening is still unclear) and Los Angeles (which could reopen in a few weeks). The United Kingdom, where the 007 films traditionally premiere, is still badly affected.

It will be a "classic Bond film"

Actor Daniel Craig (52, "James Bond 007: Specter") will appear one last time as a cult agent in "No Time to Die". The film is "the climax" of everything that Craig experienced in the role of the agent, said US producer Broccoli recently in the official "No Time To Die" podcast. All previous storylines are to be merged.

Long-time fans should also be happy to hear that the latest part of the series apparently wants to reflect on old strengths. "We see this film as a classic Bond film with a modern twist," continued Broccoli.