New James Bond movie No time to die The world premiere date is set for Friday, the end of September, despite speculation in the entertainment industry that the release of the film could be delayed for a fourth time due to the coronavirus epidemic.
A posting on the official @ 007Bond Twitter account said that the red carpet world premiere for Universal Pictures and MGM film would take place in London on September 28, just before the September 30 release date in UK movie theaters.
It will be released on October 8 in the United States.
Date for No time to die moved three times Since the outbreak in March 2020, movie theaters around the world have closed their doors and restricted audience capacity from its original April 2020 slot.
World Premiere for #NoTimeToDie It will take place on Tuesday 28 September 2021 in London Royal Albert Hall. Producers Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli and director Carrie Joji Fukuna join Daniel Craig on the red carpet. pic.twitter.com/EhlCPira6f
– James Bond (@ 007) August 20, 2021
James Bond movies are one of the most valuable movie franchises in Hollywood, with Specter grossing $ 880 million worldwide at the box office in 2015 and more than $ 1 billion worldwide in 2012.
At a cost of about $ 200 million to produce the film, Daniel Craig finally made his debut as a British secret agent and this fall was one of the most anticipated potential blockbusters.
However, the delta variant of COVID-19 has led to an increase in infections in the United States and elsewhere, raising concerns about whether audiences will feel safe sitting in movie theaters.
Box office receipts for recent major releases, including Black Widow and The Suicide Squad, have been disappointing as Hollywood studios have released some movies on streaming platforms.
According to Variety, take-offs at the box office in North America for the same period in 2019 were 50% behind.
Sony Corp Movie Studio last week delayed the release of the superhero sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage.