No Time To Die will be hitting US screens earlier than expected!
Considering the film was pushed back from an April release in both the UK and the USA and considering the current state of the film world at present, it comes as a slight surprise to find that the latest James Bond film and the swansong for Daniel Craig as 007, ‘No Time To Die‘ has seen its American release moved forward, although not by much. The film will open in the USA on November 20th instead of the announced date of November 25th. This means the film will take the spot that was vacated by ‘Godzilla Vs Kong‘ on Friday.
The film is still slated to open in the United Kingdom on November 12th unless Universal and MGM decide to hold it back once more due to the continuing epidemic that is still sweeping the world at this point. At present, nothing would surprise me after the shifts made by Warner Bros. We still await word on whether Disney will again move their ‘Mulan‘ live-action remake from its July opening in the wake of the virus. But we shall have to wait and see.
In related news, ‘Bill & Ted Face The Music‘ has moved up its release to fit into the spot that until recently was held by ‘Wonder Woman’ 1984‘ and will now open on August 14th, a week earlier than expected. Excellent!!
As of now, James Bond WILL return on November 12th in the U.K and November 20th in the U.S.
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Carl Roberts is the News Editor of The Future of the Force. Aside from being our horror genre aficionado, he is also passionate about Star Wars, Marvel, DC, and the Indiana Jones movies. Follow him on Twitter where he uses the force frequently!