No Time to Die: Corona virus havoc on James Bond, changed release date given market

The corona virus has now knocked in India as well. Corona is having an impact worldwide beyond India. Its impact is being seen from the market to the film industry. Due to the Corona virus, now fans of James Bond are also going to get frustrated, because of this, the big screen detective has extended the release date of his film. Looking at Corona’s influence on theaters around the world, James Bond has changed the release date of his upcoming movie No Time to Die.

The announcement of the release date has been made through the official Twitter account of James Bond. The tweet has been told that the three big producers companies MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, after studying the market and global theatrical market, have decided to postpone the film’s release date by November 2020. Be given.

The film was earlier to be released in April. But now its new date has come out. The production house has decided that the film will be released on 12 November 2020 in the UK. At the same time, this film will be released on 25 November 2020 in the whole world including India.

According to a report published in The Guardian, the move comes after fears that the Corona virus could affect the global box office by more than $ 5 billion. Theaters in Italy, South Korea, China and Japan have closed. At the same time, if you talk about the Bond franchise, then the films have been doing quite well in international markets. Outside America, 70% of the earnings of the last four films have been made.

In the past, many films have been seen due to Corona virus. Mission Impossible being shot in Italy had to be stopped. Corona is also being seen in Italy. At the same time, the film premiere of James Bond has been stopped in China. Actually, China, which is a big film market globally, has affected the business of many films due to its closure.

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