James Bond makers have moved back the discharge date of the untitled Bond 25 film from February 14 to April 8, 2020.
It is the second postponement for Bond 25, revealed Variety. MGM and Eon initially reported in 2017 that the movie would open on November 8, 2019, at that point moved that back to February 14, 2020 after Danny Boyle left as executive and was supplanted via Cary Joji Fukunaga.
The movie will see Daniel Craig returning as Bond for the fifth and last time, and Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw repeating their jobs from 2015's Specter, coordinated by Sam Mendes.
The last two portions turned into the most elevated netting films in the arrangement, with Skyfall making $1.1 billion all inclusive and Specter acquiring $880.7 million at the overall film industry.
Bond 25 will start shooting on March 4. Fukunaga, whose highlight credits incorporate Jane Eyre and Beasts of No Nation, has turned into the main American chief in the historical backdrop of the establishment under MGM and Eon.
Friday's declaration about Bond 25 came a couple of minutes after Universal said it had moved Fast and Furious 9 back about a month and a half from April 10 to May 22, 2020 — the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend.
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