Like many movies in 2020 the latest James Bond movie, No Time To Die was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The James Bond movie was originally supposed to come out in April but then it was pushed back to November of 2020. Many studios chose to either post pone the release of their major movies or they simply released their movies directly to streaming services. Disney released the live action remake of Mulan on the Disney+ streaming service, and Warner Brothers will give Wonder Woman 1984 a direct to streaming release. Tenet was released in theaters but it struggled at the box office.
Now according to Screen Rant MGM has decided to delay the movie once again. This time No Time To Die will release in April of 2021. No Time To Die will be the 25th James Bond movie, not counting the two movies not made by Eon Productions. This movie stars actor Daniel Craig as the famous 007 agent James Bond, Rami Malek as the villain Safin, and Léa Seydoux as the movie’s Bond girl. The movie also has several recurring Bond characters Q played byBen Whishaw as Q, M played by Ralph Fiennes, Miss Moneypenny played by Naomie Harris, and Felix Leiter played by Jeffrey Wright.