No Time To Die Release Date Is Again Delayed, Now To The Month of Halloween

No Time To Die is the latest instalment in the James Bond series.

The No Time To Die release date has fallen prey to the low that movie theatres amid the pandemic are experiencing as it delays its release to the month of October.

While the world is slowly recovering from the pandemic, movie theatres still have a long way to go, with a lot of them still being closed. And considering the insane boom of streaming services, which has allowed viewers to enjoy their favourite flicks right from the safe comforts of their homes, provides another challenge.

Warner Bros’ controversial decision to release upcoming movies on the HBO Max streaming service the same day as theatres will definitely see more people give up going to their nearby cinemas. Now another potential blockbuster is facing a delayed release date, which is the newest instalment to the 007 series, No Time To Die.

The awaited 007 film has joined the delayed club with other movies like Dune and Batman, as No Time To Die pushed its release date of 2nd April to 8th October. It was even speculated that the movie might get delayed to an even further date than the release date, which was announced yesterday.

MGM and Eon Productions’ decision to push the No Time To Die release date to 8th October has now put it up against another big franchise film, which also saw its release date being delayed, Morbius.

What is the 007 film “No Time To Die” About?

No Time To Die is the latest instalment in the James Bond series, which will see Daniel Craig reprising the role of 007 for the last time.

The Cary Joji Fukunaga directed film takes place 5 years after the thrilling adventure of the last film- Spectre, where we saw Bond moving into retirement with his lover, Madeleine Swann, played by Léa Seydoux. 

Now Bond will be brought back from his time-out of being an MI6 spy and will be assigned the task to find the missing scientist named Valdo Obruchev. But it won’t be that easy as he will find himself become a part of a conspiracy of the Bond villain named Safin, played by Rami Malek. The movie also stars the rumoured next bond– Lashana Lynch, Ana De Armas, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, and Jeffery Wright.

Check out the trailer for No Time To Die below-

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