No Time to Die: Release Date, Cast and More

no time to die release date and more

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This October, No Time to Die, the first big film to have its release date delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, will finally hit theaters. Below, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about the movie before you put on your tuxedo, grab your martini, and head to the theater in the fall.

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bond movies streaming

Today, Amazon closed a deal to buy MGM. That deal includes a backlog of James Bond films, which might make some folks immediately assume that any new Bond movie will be dropping directly onto Amazon Prime Video instead of heading to theaters. But it looks like that’s not the case. Bond franchise producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have both committed to keeping 007 a theatrical experience. Of course, it’s also worth noting that the rights to Bond aren’t as simple as you might think.

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bafta 2020 nominations

The 63rd Grammy Awards were held last night on CBS, awarding the best achievements in music. Within the plethora of winners, there are always a handful of awards that we’re interested in due to our love for the soundtracks and scores from our favorite movies.

Since the qualification window for the Grammys is different than most movie awards, there are always some older nominees than we’re used to seeing, which is why Joker and Jojo Rabbit earned awards. But this year, we also have the strange circumstance of No Time to Die winning a Grammy, even though the movie hasn’t been released yet.
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Mission Impossible 7 on Paramount+

Universal Pictures has already been shaking up the exclusive theatrical release window by sending their smaller and midrange theatrically released titles to VOD just 17 days after they hit the big screen. Then Warner Bros. Pictures came along and took things a step further by releasing all of their 2021 theatrical movies simultaneously on HBO Max for 31 days. Now Paramount Pictures is the latest to shorten the time their movies spend exclusively in theaters.

As part of a Viacom CBS investor day presentation today, Paramount Pictures announced that they will be sending blockbusters such as Mission: Impossible 7, A Quiet Place Part II, and Top Gun: Maverick to the recently rebranded streaming service just 45 days after they’ve hit theaters. Read More »

‘No Time to Die’ Delayed Again to October 2021

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It’s déjà vu all over again. No Time to Die was one of the first blockbusters to be pushed back in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many thought the situation would be better by now, including MGM, who initially pushed the movie back to November 2020, only to delay it again to April 2021. Now the James Bond sequel has been given a fall release date again as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the United States and many parts of the world. Read More »

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When will it be time to see No Time to Die? Apparently, the answer is, “Fall 2021, maybe?” The latest James Bond adventure has already had its release date shuffled around before, and currently, it’s sitting on an April 2021 release date. But multiple sources are reporting that the film is all but certain to move again – likely to sometime in the fall. While this news will no doubt disappoint Bond fans, it can hardly come as a surprise at this point.

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no time to die villain

No Time to Die is already going to be a major event when it hits theaters next year: it’s the swan song for Daniel Craig, who makes his final outing as James Bond, it comes after nearly a year of pandemic delays, and it features recent Oscar winner Rami Malek as a mysterious villain. And that villain, who we only know as “Safin,” is going to be even “bigger” than Christoph Waltz’s Blofeld from Spectre, according to director Cary Fukunaga.

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no time to die streaming

No Time to Die may be the one major studio film hardest hit by coronavirus (COVID-19) delays. The latest James Bond flick was set to open in theaters right on the cusp of the March COVID-19 lockdowns, with MGM making the decision to delay the film to November 2020. Then the pandemic wore on, and delays and straight-t0-streaming releases became the norm. No Time to Die was delayed once again to an April 2021 theatrical release. But before it was pushed back, MGM had seriously considered releasing No Time to Die straight to streaming.

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No Time to Die Motorcycle Stunt

Even though Tom Cruise and the Mission: Impossible franchise have become known for their death-defying practical stunts, Daniel Craig and the James Bond franchise have staged their fair share of cinematic mayhem. In fact, one particular No Time to Die stunt during the film’s production in Matera, Italy required a city street to be sprayed with 8,400 gallons of Coca-Cola, and it’s not even an egregious piece of production placement where James Bond crashes into a Coca-Cola truck. Read More »

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No Time to Die has felt the brunt of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic not once, but twice, with the James Bond action flick in the full swing of its promo tour back when the pandemic hit the U.S. in March. MGM would end up delaying the Cary Joji Fukunaga-directed Bond movie by seven months — what seemed like a drastic step that ended up still falling short amid the still-ongoing pandemic. MGM would delay No Time to Die again from its November release date to April 2021, though apparently the marketing team didn’t get the memo to suspend the newly renewed promotional cycle. Which results in a tired-looking star Daniel Craig appearing on The Tonight Show to debut a new No Time to Die clip. See the clip below.

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