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No Time To Die's release in cinemas postponed to October 2021

By: Anders Frejdh
No Time To Die release October 2021
As expected, it has now been officially confirmed that the premiere of No Time To Die, Daniel Craig's last film as Ian Fleming's agent 007, has been postponed until October 2021. In Sweden and the rest of Scandinavia, as previously reported, the film will be distributed by SF Studios.

According to the official 007 channels, “No Time To Die will be released in cinemas globally on 8 October 2021.”

Today's postponed release is the seventh(!) time that happens for the 25th James Bond film from Eon Productions. Previous release dates have been the following:

• November 8, 2019
• February 14, 2020
• April 8, 2020
• April 10, 2020
• November 25, 2020
• April 2, 2021

The big question now is whether we will really get to see Bond in the autumn of 2021?

Watch the latest trailer for No Time To Die starring Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming's 007:

For the latest official announcements on No Time To Die, visit the official website.



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