The premiere of the film about Bond ‘No Time To Die’ was postponed for six months due to the epidemic of the coronavirus Covid-19

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From April to November.

The premiere of the 25th Bond film was postponed from early April to mid-November due to the Covid-19 epidemic. The spread of coronavirus led to the closure of cinemas in Italy, South Korea, China, and Japan, and this could significantly affect its fees.

The British premiere of ‘No Time To Die’ will take place on November 12, the American — on November 25.

Earlier, world press tours in support of the picture were canceled.

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