James Bond movie ‘No Time to Die’ delayed to October 2021

The launch date for the anticipated 007 movie was pushed again repeatedly final year with many theaters closed in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.

WASHINGTON — Folks will want keep affected person for the subsequent James Bond movie as a result of “No Time to Die” has been delayed, once more, to October 2021.

The official Bond Twitter account mentioned on Thursday that the anticipated movie will likely be launched in theaters worldwide in 9 months. It tweeted that “NTTD” will hit cinemas this year on Oct. 8, 18 months later than initially deliberate.

April 2 was the most recent launch date set amid the coronavirus pandemic. The unique date for this chapter within the saga of agent 007 was April 8, 2020. 

The plot for “No Time to Die” has Bond’s retirement minimize brief when he is thrust again into motion. After leaving lively service, his “peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help.” Leiter’s look leads Bond onto a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist. 

The movie options the thrilling addition of actress Lashana Lynch, who’s extensively reported to take over code 007 since Bond is “retired” when the movie begins. The first trailer confirmed her character is a 00 agent, nevertheless it would not specify which one.

“No Time to Die” is predicted to be Daniel Craig’s final run taking part in Bond earlier than the subsequent actor takes over the function of the long-lasting character.

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