To no surprise, the fifth installment of the Daniel Craig James Bond franchise “No Time To Die” is likely getting pushed back (once again) to a late Nov. opening. With COVID-19 cases surging in both the U.S. and UK, it seems the move will be invitable.
The 25th entry in the James Bond franchise “No Time To Die” was reportedly being shopped around by MGM to streaming services for nearly 600 million dollars. Spoiler, no one took them up on the offer.
Sony’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and Universal’s “Candyman” Retelling Both Pushed Back to Summer 2021
Both Sony’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and Universals “Candyman” reimagining have been pushed back until summer 2021. This news comes on the wake of hundreds of theaters being shut down indefinitely across the US and UK.
Furious, Fast & Furious! The upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die and the upcoming ninth installment in the “fast” franchise have both been delayed again.
If it cuts, it cuts. Rocky IV the “Sly” cut announced by Sly Stallone himself,
MGM has officially announced that “Bill & Ted Face the Music” will be delayed two weeks as Warner Bros. pushes back the release date for “Tenet.”