Without a doubt, the coronavirus came to scare us a lot and turn on the alarms on the planet. Due to this virus, many important events have had to be postponed worldwide, a clear example was the cancellation of the Tokyo Olympics, and obviously the entertainment world is not saved from this virus.
Many bands such as Green Day, Foals, among many others have had to move their presentations to different countries. The Cannes Film Festival also announced that there is a possibility that it will be canceled and it is now believed that the premiere of the new movie ‘No Time To Die’ where James Bond appears will be canceled.
The premiere of the new movie 'No Time To Die' was scheduled to be released on April 2, but will now be released in November 2020 due to the coronavirus. To be exact, on the 12th of the same month in the United Kingdom and with a release date for the United States and the rest of the world on November 25.
The rapid expansion of the coronavirus has led to the closure of movie theaters in many countries in Asia and Europe. This could be a big blow to No Time To Die because it cost around 200 million dollars to be produced and more millions to be marketed. But anyway, it was concluded that it would be best to postpone the release of the movie.
The delay of the premiere not only presents loss of profits for this movie, but other movies could make the same decision. Cinema closures have had a great impact on revenues, only in Hong Kong and Taiwan the profits fell by around 50% and in Italy they are also falling.
While we wait months for the release of No Time To Die, here we leave you the official trailer of the movie.