bill and ted 3 release date

Following the massive reshuffling of Warner Bros.’ major releases, MGM and United Artists Releasing are following suit with some release date changes of their own. United Artists Releasing jumped to move the long-awaited sequel Bill and Ted Face the Music to the August release date vacated by Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984, while MGM’s latest Bond flick No Time to Die has actually been pushed up a week in the U.S.

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no time to die director

We still have a few months before we can see Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film, No Time to Die. But back when everyone thought this movie was coming out in April, director Cary Fukunaga sat down for an interview with filmmaker Miranda July and talked about all the hectic work that went into crafting a Bond film. He also talked about the script contributions of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and his own wild idea to make the ending of Spectre a dream.

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no time to die edit

No Time to Die was supposed to grace us with its presence this month, but then the coronavirus stepped in and threw a wrench into those plans. Now the latest James Bond film is set for a November release, which has lead some to wonder if director Cary Fukunaga would use this time to re-edit and perhaps polish the film more before its eventual release date. According to Fukunaga, the answer to that question is a big fat no. In fact, Fukunaga says the film is great as is already, and doesn’t need any more work.

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danny boyle's bond

Before Cary Fukunaga landed in the director’s chair, and before the movie’s release was bumped due to coronavirus fears, No Time to Die was going to be directed by Danny Boyle. Boyle reportedly clashed behind-the-scenes and his take on Bond apparently didn’t mesh with the powers-that-be. While we still don’t have all the details about what Danny Boyle’s Bond was going to be, the film’s production designer recently dropped some clues, calling Boyle’s take “crazy” and “madcap.”

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daniel craig injuries

Last week, No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond movie, was delayed until November. But it seems as if some publicity demands were already in place for actor Daniel Craig, who is playing the British super spy for the final time. Despite the film’s delay, Craig hosted Saturday Night Live this past weekend and also appears as the new cover star of GQ magazine, where he gave an in-depth interview explaining why there has been a five year gap since the previous Bond movie and the many injuries he’s sustained while playing the character. Read on for some highlights below. Read More »

No Time to Die Release Date Delay

No Time to Die was set to open next month, but fears of the coronavirus outbreak lead to MGM bumping the movie to November. And while that ultimately might have been the right decision, it’s going to cost the studio. Sources state that the No Time to Die release date delay is likely to result in a $30 million-plus loss for the film, which is bound to lead to some double-oh-headaches.

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No Time to Die release date

No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, has become the first major Hollywood tentpole film to delay its global release because of the coronavirus outbreak.

The movie, which was slated to premiere in London later this month and open globally in early April, has been pushed all the way back to November 12, 2020 in the U.K. and November 25, 2020 everywhere else. But with worldwide concern rising as the coronavirus continues to infect more and more people across multiple countries, it seems as if MGM and United Artists Releasing (who is releasing the film domestically) and Universal (who is handling international distribution) have decided that it’s better to be cautious than to take a Bond-esque “dive in head first and deal with the consequences later” approach. Read More »

no time to die tv spot

Excuse me, do you have time to die? If not, I understand – but you might want to make time to watch this No Time to Die TV spot, because it’s loaded with new footage. That footage includes Ana de Armas kicking some fool in the face – and honestly, isn’t that enough? There also appears to be some new insight into the plot of the film, which has Bond working with old enemies.

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In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Roland Emmerich hopes Disney would take on Independence Day 3
  • Jordan Peele “has no intention” of making a Get Out sequel
  • A new No Time to Die IMAX poster has been released.

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no time to die runtime

Ready for the longest Bond movie yet? Well, you better get ready, because it looks like No Time to Die is going to clock in at almost three-hours-long. The latest (and final) entry in Daniel Craig‘s tenure as 007 has been reported by multiple sources as 163 minutes long. That would officially make it the longest James Bond movie, although all of the Craig films – save for Quantum of Solace – have had hefty runtimes.

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