The new James Bond’s flick “No Time to Die” has been postponed yet again.
The movie will now be released in theaters on Oct. 8th. It was originally scheduled for April 2nd.
Since the movie carries a massive price tag around $200 million, the studio relies on substantial global ticket sales to turn a profit. That’s nearly impossible to achieve at a time when most movie theaters are closed, and the few that remain open have been operating at a reduced capacity.
Thursday’s announcement marks the film’s third delay in the last 10 months.
“No Time to Die,” the 25th entry in the Bond franchise and the final go-around for star Daniel Craig.
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