New ‘James Bond’ Film Delayed Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

The upcoming James Bond film has officially been delayed until the end of 2020, due to concerns over the Coronavirus outbreak.

By NathanG on March 4, 2020
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The upcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die, has been delayed to the end of the year due to concerns over the Coronavirus.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the release date for the new Bond film has been pushed back from April to November. This marks the first big Hollywood film to change its global release schedule in response to Coronavirus. The 25th film in the iconic spy franchise was originally set for a March 31 world premiere in London, and scheduled to open in North America on April 10. The new dates will reportedly be on Nov. 12 in the U.K., with the U.S. following on Nov. 25. 

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