The release date of the 25th film ‘No Time to Die’ of the James Bond series has been extended seven months. According to film trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film was earlier scheduled to release in London on 8 April, but according to the new date, it will now hit theaters on 12 November.
The film’s release in China has been banned by Coronavirus. ‘No Time to Die’ was to be released in India on 2 April, but a new date has not been announced in the country at the moment.
51-year-old Daniel Craig, who played the lead role in the film, became the longest-serving Bond actor. He has done 4 James Bond films since 2005. The upcoming “No Time to Die” will be his fifth film.
Director Carrie Joji Fukunaga is taking great precaution about the film. He has shot three different climaxes in the film, according to media reports that he does not want any information related to the film leaked. The special thing is that Craig himself does not even know what the real climax will be in the film
Marvel Cinematic Universe has released new release dates of its films in India. The Scarlett Johnson starrer ‘Black Widow’ will now be released on 30 April. ‘The Eternals’ will hit theaters on 6 November and ‘Shang Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings’ on 12 February. At the same time, ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiple Universe of Madness’ will hit theaters on 7 May and ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ will hit theaters on 5 November.