No Time to Die Gets Major Delay Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Daniel Craig's last Bond movie No Time to Die has been set to come out this April, but due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, it looks like we'll have to wait a bit longer until it hits theaters.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, No Time to Die has moved from its original April 10 release date to Nov. 12 in the UK and Nov. 25 in the US. This is the second time the film has been delayed, but the move was probably for the best, seeing that everyone has growing concerns about being in a crowded theater.

Admittedly the box office has been one of the hardest to get hit by the Coronavirus. The desire for everyone to avoid crowds has certainly been a problem, counting that these big blockbusters expect a huge audience gathering on opening. Several press tours have been pushed back, and we don't know when it will be safe to movie premieres like we used to.

Personally, I have a suspicion that the film just needs a bit more polishing behind the scenes, and this has become a ‘convenient' reason for the delay, but seeing as how the other box office releases have been struggling since the Outbreak, it was probably the best decision to push No Time to Die back.

Recruited to rescue a kidnapped scientist, globe-trotting spy James Bond finds himself hot on the trail of a mysterious villain, who's armed with a dangerous new technology.

No Time to Die is set for a release in the US on Nov. 15.

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