There was some bad news for James Bond fans as it has been reported that the latest movie in the franchise has been pushed back for an autumn release.
According to Deadline, producers of the 25th installment in the Bond franchise have once again decided to move the film’s release date due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Although no official decision has been made, deadline reports that Dutch website BN Destem has revealed that producers have discussed the decision to move the film’s release back to November.
The news comes after it was initially announced that the movie starring Daniel Craig would be released this coming April.
However with the world still gripped by the pandemic and with cinema’s in most countries being unable to open, producers are concerned that an April release would more than likely result in a poor showing at the Box Office.
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