No Time to Die will be releasing in U.S. theaters five days earlier than expected. Here we are, still a few months out and movie release dates are constantly being swapped around. Wonder Woman 1984 being bumped for a fourth time to a re-release of Inception taking Tenet’s July 17th spot. In this case, No Time to Die, Daniel Craig’s final film as James Bond , will now open a few days sooner in the U.S as the birds flies as fast as it could.
It was originally pushed from this past April to November, thanks to the Coronavirus or so we called it COVID-19. No Time to Die release date scheduled in theaters on November 12, 2020 in the U.K and on November 25, 2020 in the U.S. But now No Time to Die is slated to hit the theaters in America on November 20. Check it out!
The film has been shifted around twice now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. First, it was originally set for April 10, but was postponed to November 25. It was caused by in light of Corona virus and the shutdown of most movie theaters back in March. There is still no change at release date in the U.K. In the other hand, unfortunately 007: No Time To Die Chinese Premiere canceled due to Corona Virus.
The unexpected move comes after Warner Bros. shifted around its slate of movies on Friday night. Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” was pushed back to July 31, and DC Comics’ “Wonder Woman 1984” jumped from Aug. 14 to Oct. 2. The fourth “Matrix” film was also delayed nearly a year to April 1, 2022.
With an estimated budget totaling more than $200 million, “No Time to Die” will need the support of the U.S. and international markets to prove successful and make a profit. Universal is handling international distribution of the film, and MGM and EON served as producers.