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New James Bond movie pushed to April 2021 as coronavirus cases continue to rise
“No Time to Die,” the James Bond film that was the first Hollywood feature to move on the theatrical caledar due to the coronavirus outbreak, is moving again. This time, it’s got its sights on 2021.

On Friday, MGM Studios announced that Daniel Craig’s latest turn as British spy James Bond would no longer arrive in theaters on Nov. 20. Instead, the film has been postponed to April 2, 2021.

“No Time to Die” is the latest blockbuster to leave the fall movie slate in the wake of the lackluster performance of Warner Bros. “Tenet” at the domestic box office. Some had predicted that the James Bond film may stick around because of its reliance on international ticket sales. Cinemas overseas have seen audiences return in droves while U.S. moviegoers have stayed home.

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