According tomedia reports, in early March after a joint appeal from fans, “007: No Time to Die” was postponed. At the time, Universal Pictures and MGM announced that the film would be released on November 25, 2020, but now they’ve announced that the film will be released ahead of schedule in North America, and fans will see the film sooner than expected.
In March, MGM and Universal Pictures finally decided to postpone release until the end of November, but on Sunday the james Bond 007 official Twitter account announced that the film would arrive in North American cinemas five days earlier than expected, with its release in the U.S. on November 12 and the U.S. on November 20.
The film lasts nearly three hours; it’s the fifth and final performance of the iconic character by Daniel Craig. “007: No Time to Die” began in 2016, a year after the release of the last film, 007: Ghost Party. The film eventually lost director Danny Boyle and screenwriter John Hodge in 2018.
Kerry Foyon is the new director of the film and has brought in a number of screenwriters for the script. The film will tell the story of a CIA officer and friend Felix Leiter who finds him after Bond retires and needs help finding missing scientist Valdo Obruchev.