NO TIME TO DIE RELEASE DATE MOVED UP FIVE DAYS IN THE U.S. AND ALL THE OTHER DETAILS WHICH SHOULD YOU KNOW EVERYTHING!!!

No Time To Die will be releasing in the U.S. theaters five days earlier than expected. The James Bond film’s Twitter account made the announcement on Saturday morning. They will be revealing it will head to U.S. theaters on Nov. 20. The film has been shifted around twice now due to the coronavirus pandemic. No Time to Die was been originally set to be April 10, but was and the shutdown of the most movie theaters back in March. The Nov 12 release date in the U.K is been unchanged.

As previously mentioned, No Time to Die marks Craig’s be a final appearance at the James Bond. Appearing alongside Craig and they returning the cast members Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, Rory Kinnear, and Christoph Waltz. Newcomers to be the cast include Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnussen, Jeffrey Wright, and the Rami Malek, who will play No Time to Die’s main Villian.

With the estimated budget totaling more than $200 million, No Time To Die will need the support of the U.S. and the international markets to prove successful and the make a profit. The Universal is handling international distribution of the film, and the MGM and EON served as producers.

The film has been shifted around twice ow due to be the coronavirus pandemic. No Time to Die was been originally set to be April 10, but they were be postponed to Nov. 25 in the light of the COVID-19 and the shutdown of the most movie theaters back in March. The Nov. 12 release date in the U.K. is been unchanged. James Bond will be now going to the head to held at the box office with the Pixar’s Soul on the weekend before Thanksgiving, typically a competitive time frame. The soul was been moved from June 19 to Nov. 20 earlier this year.