Director of ‘No Time to Die’ answers whether the film would delay its release or not

The pandemic caused by Covid-19 really hit the world very hard, and one of the most affected industries was Hollywood. No Time to Die, according to a new statement, everything indicates that the director of ‘No Time to Die’, thinks that the film could be delayed again.

All the no time to die fans were looking forward to seeing the new James Bond movie, as it represents: the 25th feature film from 007 and especially the farewell to Daniel Craige as the famous spy.

Thanks to the official synopsis of ‘No Time to Die’, it is known that in this film James Bond will leave his active service to enjoy a quiet life in Jamaica. But his peace is thwarted when his old friend, Felix Leiter from the CIA, asks him for help rescuing a scientist. This just turns out to be much more than what is said and will lead Bond on the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology that puts the world at risk.

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Now, speaking to The Wall Street Journal, the director of ‘No Time to Die’, Cary Fukunaga, has said that the film could be delayed again, and believes that if it were so it would be the best, since for him, the film is will premiere when the time is right.

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