Fear of CoronaVirus: James Bond movie Release Delayed. In December 2019, educational institutions were shut down due to fear of ‘coronavirus’ spreading from China around the world.
Large gatherings of religious worship have also been temporarily canceled in countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran.
In France, Germany, the United States, and the United Kingdom, many events have been postponed or canceled due to fear of Coronavirus, while the virus has also negatively affected on stock markets around the world.
The release of the famous spy Hollywood movie series ‘James Bond’, due to fear of ‘coronavirus’, was also delayed.
James Bond’s upcoming 25th film ‘No Time to die’ next month has been postponed in April.
The film team confirmed on the official Twitter handle of the film that the film’s producers postponed the release of ‘No Time to Die’ at precautionary measures in cinemas around the world.
The tweet confirmed that the release of James Bond’s upcoming movie was delayed until November this year.
In this regard, the news agency AFP reported in its report that the producers of the film series canceled the film release due to fear of the rapidly spreading ‘coronavirus’.
The report said that ‘No Time To Die’ was first to be released in cinemas around the world after the first UK and US beginning in April next month, but now the film will be released in November this year, seven months later.
According to the report, ‘No Time to Die’ will first be released in the UK on November 12, and on November 25 it will be released in the US, after which the film will be released worldwide.
Film producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Barkley have confirmed that the film will be released in November.
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