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No Time To Die Release Pushed Back To November Amid Coronavirus Fears

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09:01 5 Mar 2020

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Movie bosses have pushed back the release date for No Time To Die due to coronavirus.

The latest movie in the Bond franchise was due out on 3rd April.

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However, yesterday evening a tweet confirmed we won't see Daniel Craig's last outing as the secret service agent until November.

MGM, Universal and Bond producers came together to make the decision after, 'careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace.'

Open letter

The news follows calls from Bond fan site to postpone the release date.

On Monday fans James Page and David Leigh penned an open letter titled No Time For Indecision.

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It begins, 'With the Coronavirus reaching pandemic status, it is time to put public health above marketing release schedules and the cost of canceling publicity events.

'Delay the release of 'No Time To Die' until the summer when experts expect the epidemics to have peaked and to be under control. It’s just a movie.'

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According to the BBC, film analysts have suggested that the coronavirus could have an impact on the global box office to the tune of €4.4bn.

No Time To Die is out in Ireland on 12th November.

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