James Bond Film Delayed by Coronavirus

With the coronavirus threat escalating, the team behind the new James Bond movie has deemed it “no time to die.” The release of the upcoming sequel starring Daniel Craig ,“No Time To Die,” has been postponed until November 25th.

The movie was originally supposed to hit theaters on April 10th in the United States, but the spread of coronavirus has led producers to postpone its release globally. With theaters closing around the world, the movie could have seen a major blow at the box office – especially given its $200-million budget.

As of now, “No Time To Die” is set to premiere in the US on November 25th and November 12th in the UK, with worldwide release dates to follow. But that hasn’t stopped “Saturday Night Live” fromrolling out their promosstarring 007 himself, Daniel Craig – he’s still set to host this weekend.Check it out below (courtesy of YouTube)

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