Date: 5th March 2020
The release of No Time to Die has officially been delayed by seven months. Daniel Craig's final turn as James Bond was supposed to hit theaters in April. However, amidst the increasing spread of the coronavirus, which has already had a significant impact on the global box office, MGM, Universal Pictures and the franchise's producers have decided to delay the release until November.
Bond 25 had been scheduled to roll out in April following the world premiere on March 31 in London. The premiere will now be pushed back closer to the release date, but no new date has been set. No Time to Die was set to release in North America on April 10.
The film, which sees Daniel Craig return as 007 for the fifth and final time, was originally due to be released in UK cinemas on 2 April. Also starring in the film are Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Ana de Armas, Jeffrey Wright, and Lashana Lynch, with Christoph Waltz returning as Blofeld and Rami Malek entering as new villain Safin.
Source: Press Release