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The release date for the new James Bond movie, ‘No Time To Die’ has been moved forward by five days, with the new release date set as November 20.

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The long-awaited James Bond movie was originally set for release in November 2019, but the date was first pushed to February 2020, and then to April 2020 following the departure of the movie’s original director Danny Boyle and his replaced by Cary Fukunaga.

The date was once again changed in light of the coronavirus pandemic, with a new date of November 25 being set back in March.

The official ‘No Time to Die’ Twitter account, confirmed that the release date has been moved once again, via a tweet which read, “The return of old friends in NO TIME TO DIE. In cinemas 12th November UK, 20th November US.”

‘No Time To Die’ is the latest Warner Bros movie to have its date shifted. ‘Tenet’ by Christopher Nolan was pushed back two weeks to July 31st, while ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ was pushed back from August 14th to October 2nd.

 

By Muyiwa Aguda 

See also: James Bond Theme by Billie Eilish Tops Singles Chart

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