James Bond bumped to October

by WENN January 24th, 2021, 2:23 pm


Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film is now set to hit cinemas in early October.

No Time to Die’s release date has already been pushed back twice due to the coronavirus pandemic, and now MGM studio bosses have confirmed the movie will open on 8 October.

The film was initially scheduled to hit the big screen in April, 2020 but that date was bumped to November – and then to Easter this year, but it’s beginning to look like many major cinema chains will not be able to re-open theaters due to ongoing COVID concerns.

MGM’s animated Addams Family will now be released on 1 October to avoid an opening weekend clash with James Bond.