James Bond: No Time To Die director won’t rule out fifth DELAY – Here’s when most likely


James Bond: No Time To Die director won’t rule out fifth DELAY – Here’s when most likely

A couple of weeks ago, Daniel Craig’s fifth and final movie was delayed for a fourth time. As a result, has been pushed back to an April 2, 2021 release date. Bond 25 was originally supposed to hit cinemas in October 2019 before skipping three 2020 dates.

Of course, with the pandemic on-going, even April 2021 isn’t a guarantee.

Even No Time To Die director Cary Fukunaga won’t rule out yet another delay for the 007 movie.

Speaking with The Wall Street Journal, the 43-year-old said: “[No Time To Die] will come out when it’s right.

“It will perform in the context of this new world, in which no-one really can define what success or failure means.”

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And let’s not forget that 2022 is the 60th anniversary of the Bond film franchise, so that’s always an option if the worst comes to the worst.

Daniel Craig has now been James Bond longer than any other actor, even though Sir Roger Moore made seven movies in his tenure.

The incumbent Bond was announced 15 years as new 007 to replace Pierce Brosnan and first starred in Casino Royale in 2006.

It’s now been five years since the last Bond movie Spectre was released, of which No Time To Die is a direct sequel.

No Time To Die’s synopsis reads: “Five years after the capture of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, James Bond has left active service.

“He is approached by Felix Leiter, his friend and a CIA officer, who enlists his help in the search for Valdo Obruchev, a missing scientist.

“When it becomes apparent that Obruchev was abducted, Bond must confront a danger the likes of which the world has never seen before.”

No Time To Die is currently set for UK release on April 2, 2021.

Published at Fri, 16 Oct 2020 17:59:00 +0000


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