Due to 'Covid-19', the premiere of the latest James Bond movie is postponed

The creators have delayed the release of James Bond's new film, "No Time to Die," due to the new coronavirus "Covid-19". The film premiered on March 31 this year in London. The new movie release time has been moved to November this year.

Filmmakers MGM, Universal and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson said in a statement that after careful consideration and review of the current market situation, the decision was made to move the film to November.

Shortly before this announcement, an open letter was published on the famous franchise fan blog MI-6 HQ calling for the film to be delayed , according to the media . "The health of film fans and their families is far more important worldwide," the letter said. The letter also warned that the premiere in April of this year during a virus spread could be devastating to the movie box office revenue.

Bond's latest film is the first to postpone the film while scientists and states are fighting the spread of the new coronavirus, highlights The Verge.

"No Time to Die" will be the 25th James Bond film in film history. It was originally intended to be directed by director Denny Boil, but after a creative dispute with screenwriter John Hodge, the two left the film's creative team. In the fall of 2018, it was announced that the new "bondage" movie would be made by Japanese-born American director Kerry Fukunaga.