The film will hit theaters on April 2, 2021, a year later than planned.

“No Time to Die” will hit screens this weekend as the “Fast & Furious” sequel “F9”. Universal Studio is an international distributor of Bond.

In March this year, “No Time to Die” was the first major project to be postponed due to the coronavirus crisis. After the first postponement, the film was to premiere in the UK on November 12 and in North America on November 20.

“MGM, Universal and producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli announced today that the release of ‘No Time to Die’, the 25th film of the James Bond franchise, will be delayed until April 2,” the filmmakers said in a statement. “We know the delay will be disappointing for our fans but we look forward to showing you ‘No Time to Die’ next year.”

The budget for “No Time to Die” is over $ 200 million and costs millions more to promote.

Without “No Time to Die”, Pixar’s “Soul”, released on November 20, remains the next major film to be released in theaters.

Two Warner Bros. titles, “Wonder Woman 1984” and “Dune,” are still scheduled to be released in December, although there is a chance that they will also be postponed.