Welcome to MI6 Headquarters

This is the world's most visited unofficial James Bond 007 website with daily updates, news & analysis of all things 007 and an extensive encyclopaedia. Tap into Ian Fleming's spy from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig with our expert online coverage and a rich, colour print magazine dedicated to spies.

Learn More About MI6 & James Bond →

Malaysia sees 'No Time To Die' delayed to November

26-Sep-2021 • No Time To Die

Bond fans in Malaysia will have to wait quite a bit longer to see 'No Time To Die' in cinemas.

United International Pictures (a distributor co-owned by Universal and Paramount) pulled the plug on Malaysia at short notice. Local cinema chain GSC posted a statement at the weekend that "Due to unforeseen circumstances, UPI has decided to postpone the release of 'No Time To Die' in Malaysia. The new release date is now 25th November 2021."

Malaysia has been under strict lockdown rules as part of the country's "Covid Zero" policy. Gatherings in public spaces have been restricted.

The news comes a couple of weeks after Universal quietly pulled the plug on Australia's release, which is now delayed until 11th November 2021 due to Covid lockdowns.

Open in a new window/tab