No Time To Die’s Release Date Brought Forward In The UK Following Delay

It’s been revealed that No Time To Die’s release date has been brought forward after it had been delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The latest James Bond movie was supposed to be released back in April.

However, the Coronavirus pandemic then hit and they opted to delay the movie until November.

The original release date was in April, but it was then delayed by seven months.

The film’s release date was pushed back to November 20th in the UK and November 25th in the US.

However, it’s now been revealed via James Bond’s Twitter account that the movie is going to be coming out earlier than expected.

No Time To Die’s UK Release Date has been brought forward

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No Time To Die is now going to be coming out in the UK on November 12th.

It’ll be coming out in the US a few days afterwards, on the 20th.

However, this means No Time To Die’s release dates in both the UK and the US have been brought forward, which is good news.

It was also leaked a few days ago that James Bond will have a daughter in this movie.

That’s going to be an interesting turn of events, and it’ll be fascinating to see how he is as a father.

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Are you looking forward to watching No Time To Die when it’s finally released in cinemas?

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