“No Time to Die” Release Moved Up Five Days

The final Daniel Craig Bond film, No Time to Die, is going to be opening in the U.S. a little sooner than we thought, at least for now.

The film was originally planned to release this past April but was delayed due to the pandemic, and rescheduled to open on November 25th. That date, however, has been moved up to November 20th, as announced on Twitter.

This news comes after Warner Bros. and Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong was delayed from its November 20th to March 13th.

Of course, movie release dates are pretty tumultuous right now so this could even change again. MGM is reported to have taken a $30 to $50 million hit for the delay of No Time to Die.

"No Time to Die" Release Moved Up Five Days

This is slated to be Daniel Craig’s last film in the role of the iconic spy, having been the character since 2006.

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