The Release Date For “No Time To Die” Will Probably Be Postponed Yet Again

January 12, 2021 / Posted by:

I don’t know if there’s ever been a movie in recent memory so woefully cursed as No Time To Die. Release dates have come and gone and come again. We already watched the 2nd trailer back in September 2020. Ben Affleck was preemptively banned from the red carpet in August. It’s been nearly a year since we tried listening to Billie Eilish’s theme song and decided it was meh.  Want to feel old? They found that toilet camera on the set way back in June. OF 2019! Now, because of COVID, Deadline reports that the release date for the 25th James Bond movie has pushed back once again. Instead of getting it as an Easter basket, it’s going to be presented as a Thanksgiving turkey.

Deadline reports that NTTD’s most recent release date of Easter weekend is actually not the time to not die. The time to not die is now sometime in November. Nothing has been confirmed, but it’s not looking good for a 2021 release. And just like that, Ana de Armas is looking at almost another entire year of pretending to be in love with Dunkin Donuts.

In what should not be a shocker, we are hearing that MGM/Eon’s No Time to Die is bound to move from its Easter weekend release of April 2 to some time in the fall, as the world waits for this pandemic to come under control. Several sources inform us this morning. Note, the UK, is a key market in No Time to Die‘s rollout, and they’re facing a similar situation as the U.S.: They don’t know exactly when exhibition will be fully back up and running.

The leakage on the Cary Joji Fukunaga-directed film started yesterday on the Dutch site BN DeStem, in which Dutch exhibitor Carlo Lambregts revealed that he heard No Time to Die was heading from its Easter weekend date to November. We heard separately this morning that 007 promotional partners have already been given a heads up that the final Daniel Craig movie is bound to move to autumn. No definite release date has been set yet, despite Lambregts spilling the beans.

Deadline adds that MGM “screened the movie for streamers” but nobody was willing to pay their $600 million asking price. It was originally supposed to come out in November of 2019, then moved to February 2020, then April, then November, then April again. If they wait until November to release it in theaters, we will have waited two whole years. At this point, they need to just go ahead and rename it Enough! Just Die Already. #Justice4Goldfinger

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