Release Date Wiggle
13th June 2020
Another change has been made to the US release date of No Time To Die
By MI6 Staff
'No Time To Die' is now on its 6th officially confirmed release date for the USA. The only film with more American release date changes in recent years is the X-Men 'The New Mutants' movie that has been languishing in release hell for almost 3 years.
May 25th, 2018 - Bond 25 is officially confirmed for the first time with a US release date of November 8th, 2019 (opening earlier in the UK on October 25th, 2019)
September 20th, 2018 - With Danny Boyle having left the production, Cary Fukunaga is confirmed as the new director with a new release date of February 14th, 2020. It is not confirmed if this is the US or UK date.
February 19th, 2019 - Not even a week goes by without another change. This time, it's just a push of a couple of days to April 10th, 2020 for the USA.
March 4th, 2020: Coronavirus becomes a pandemic and MGM and first to move their film away from the reality of closed theatres by pushing the now-completed film to November 25th, 2020 (and two weeks earlier on November 12th for the UK).
June 13th, 2020: After IMDB leak and 'expected' release date change to the film, EON confirms the US release date has changed again, but for the first time it is being brought forward to November 20th, 2020 (the UK stays on track for November 12th). The narrowing of the gap should help fans in the USA avoid the news and reviews coming out of Europe.
Whether 'No Time To Die' is actually released in November 2020 remains to be seen. Just this week, Warner Bros finally accepted reality and pushed back the release of 'Tenet' after repeatedly stating they would not. That triggered a further delay of 'Wonder Woman 84' into October.