No Time to Die, the latest installment in the James Bond franchise is now scheduled to release earlier than expected.
Originally scheduled to release April 2020 but then rescheduled with a new release date of November 25, the long-awaited movie will now be released five days earlier in U.S. theaters.
The new release date was made official last week on the franchise’s official Twitter account. The account tweeted to reveal No Time to Die will premiere on November 20 only in the United States.
The tweet read: ‘The return of old friends in NO TIME TO DIE. In Cinemas 12th November UK, 20th November U.S.’
Asides being the latest movie in the James Bond franchise, the movie will also be Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond.
No Time to die is not the only highly anticipated movie whose original release date was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Other blockbuster movies like Disney’s Mulan (July 24), Paramount Picture’s ‘A Quiet Place II’ (Sept. 4), Pixar’s ‘Soul’ (Nov. 25), and Marvel’s ‘Black Widow’ (Nov. 6) all had summer releases before being forced to reschedule their release dates.
The new release date is as a result of the changes Warner Bros. has been making to several of their upcoming movies. Other Warner Bros. movies have also been moved up and down to give the movies the best possible publicity they can get. Christopher Nolan’s upcoming spy film has been delayed from its initial release date by two weeks and is now scheduled to release July 31. Wonder Woman 1984’s initial release date of August 14 has also jumped to Oct. 2.