The original release date for no Time To Die was 2 April 2020 – and very excited I was too, what with that being my birthday. Now it’s been delayed again from its previous latest slot, November 2020, to 2 April 2021, so at least I don’t have to change my plans. Apparently this move… BLOG: Bond is (put) back… again Read More
I like how clear its message is. No, not the unreadable title font – NOVEMBER. (A 2020 on the end would have been even more reassuring but beggars can’t be choosers.) He’s ditched the suit too so James I take it all back.
The film’s out in November, and I believe it because their word is their Bond. Here’s the synopsis – and scroll down for new images from the film: James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto… NEW TRAILER: No Time To Die Read More
…and it’s very nice but a bit dull. Despite furloughing the film in March, I doubt they’d have gone for a post-Lockdown Bond in skanky tracky bottoms and a Dumbledore beard. Still, “suave superspy in a dinner suit with a gun” just feels a little out of step with the current mood of general listlessness,… New poster for No Time To Die Read More
With cinemas shutting their doors and a load of mid-ranges movies going straight to digital, it seems like an age already since the announcement came through that Bond 25, No Time To Die, had been pushed from its scheduled April 2020 opening date to November. And with restrictions getting tighter, we’re going to be spending a lot… 6 things to watch while you’re waiting for the new Bond Read More
Only a few days after ticket sales opened in the UK, the release of No Time To Die, the 25th Bond movie, has been put back until November 2020 – presumably because of worries about how the coronavirus might impact worldwide ticket sales. The move was announced today via the official James Bond Twitter account… Bond is (put) back Read More