It seems that No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond movie, just can’t decide on a final release date.
When the coronavirus pandemic started to ramp up, one of the first movies to change its release date was No Time to Die. But it appears that the moves aren’t quite over yet.
Following the massive upheaval in release dates caused by Tenet moving back two weeks, No Time to Die has actually moved up. The release dates had been Nov. 12 in the U.K. and Nov. 25 in the U.S. The U.K. date will be maintained, but the U.S. date is now moving to Nov. 20, the date previously occupied by Godzilla vs. Kong.
As with all of these release date changes of late, we definitely don’t feel you should consider any of them written in stone. The situation is still very fluid and there is every chance that films will need to shift dates once again as cases are beginning to spike once again around the U.S.