The film, which was slated to open April 2, will now hit theaters Oct. 8, in accordance with Selection.
The transfer comes as coronavirus instances proceed to spike, notably within the U.S.
“No Time to Die” has had a tough time touchdown a launch date since being slated for an April 2020 opening. The movie was delayed till November 2020, however because the pandemic didn’t subside, it was once more moved to April of this yr.
MGM will deal with distribution in North America and Common will roll out the movie internationally. Reps for the businesses didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.
The outlet reviews that “No Time to Die” value round $200 million and can should be a world success to become profitable on the flick, particularly contemplating an promoting marketing campaign was practically accomplished prior to now.
Making such a sum could be very unlikely with out American film theaters working at the next quantity than they’re now, as many theaters stay closed with others have restricted capacities.
The movie is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga from a screenplay he co-wrote with — amongst others — “Fleabag” creator and “Solo: A Star Wars Story” actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Billie Eilish performs the theme tune.
The image was additionally the primary main tentpole movie to push again its launch date amid the pandemic and considered selling to streamers for a excessive price ticket.
The latest delay was the primary in a line of release date shifts that occurred Thursday, together with Sony’s “Cinderella,” which was set to be the yr’s first large launch Feb. 5. The musical will now hit theaters July 16.
“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” (now set for launch Nov. 11), “Uncharted” (Feb. 11, 2022) and “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” (June 11) have been additionally pushed again.