“No Time to Die” — the next James Bond film — has been delayed yet again, as MGM has pushed the film back to later in 2021.
What’s going on?
- Experts told the BBC News at the time that the coronavirus would peak in the springtime, which instantly raised concerns from fans of the James Bond franchise, who wanted the release delayed to avoid infection. It’s been almost one year since then, and the pandemic is still ongoing.
- The “No Time to Die” delay set off a chain of events that led to other major films — like “Mulan” and “Black Widow” — to be delayed as well as the pandemic rolled out.