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James Bond Movie 'No Time to Die' Is Being Released A Few Days Earlier Now

The movie No Time to Die, the latest film in the James Bond franchise, will be hitting theaters five days earlier than previously announced.

The film, which is Daniel Craig‘s final movie as James Bond, was originally going to be released on April 10, but the studio pushed back the release due to the pandemic.

The rescheduled release date was set as November 25 in the United States, but now the film will be released on November 20 instead.

U.K. fans will still get to see the film on November 10.

Lots of movies have been pushed around the theatrical release calendar in recent weeks. The latest moves include Tenet going two weeks later to July 31 and Wonder Woman 1984 moving from August to October.

See the photos of Daniel going shirtless in a recent magazine spread!

Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz Make Rare Appearance Together to Clap for NHS Workers

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz very rarely make public appearances together, but they’re joining forces in a new video posted to the James Bond social accounts.

The married couple are clapping for the workers of the NHS alongside the cast of No Time to Die.

The United Kingdom launched the #ClapForCarers initiative in which they encourage people to show their support for the healthcare workers who are on the frontlines during the current health crisis.

“Thank you to everyone, everywhere, who is working to keep us safe,” the @007 account wrote along with the following video. Also featured are Rory Kinnear, Ben Whishaw, and Naomie Harris.

Make sure to watch the video of Kate Middleton and Prince William‘s three adorable kids all clapping as well.

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Daniel Craig Reveals the Superheroes He Wanted to Play While Growing Up

Daniel Craig is opening up about the roles he dreamed of playing while growing up.

The 52-year-old James Bond actor hasn’t had the chance to star in a superhero movie yet, but he definitely dreamed of playing some iconic superheroes when he was a kid.

Daniel was asked by Saga Magazine if he ever thought about playing James Bond when he was younger. He responded, “The answer is no. I never did. I dreamed of being all sorts of other things – Superman, Spider-Man, the Invisible Man, even a good old-fashioned cowboy. But Bond [not] so much, which seems ironic now.”

Daniel did get to play a cowboy in the 2011 movie Cowboys & Aliens!

No Time to Die was supposed to be released in April, but now it won’t hit theaters until November due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Daniel Craig Plans to Give Away His Fortune, Calls Inheritance 'Quite Distasteful'

Daniel Craig has a plan for his fortune and it doesn’t include leaving it for his children.

Speaking to Saga magazine, the 52-year-old No Time To Die actor revealed that his plan is actually to give it all away.

“I don’t want to leave great sums to the next generation,” Daniel shared (via). “I think inheritance is quite distasteful. My philosophy is to get rid of it or give it away before you go.”

What he plans to give it away to is still up in the air.

Daniel has two daughters, Ella, with his ex, Fiona Loudon, and another with wife Rachel Weisz. They have never revealed their child’s name.

Find out when No Time To Die is slated to debut in theaters.

Daniel Craig's Sculpted Body is On Display as He Confirms He's Done Playing James Bond

Daniel Craig is looking hot in this shirtless photo shoot for GQ‘s April 2020 issue.

Here’s what the 52-year-old No Time to Die star had to share…

On finally getting confirmation that this is his last Bond film, and being more creatively involved in this film: “This is my last movie. I’ve kept my mouth shut before and I’ve stayed out of it and I’ve respected it and I’ve regretted that I did.”

On demanding the studio hire Phoebe Waller-Bridge to help with the script for No Time to Die: “I’ve been very forceful in meetings and often way too blunt and probably completely rude. But I’m like, ‘We’re here! Come on!’ And I always say sorry.”

On the final cut of the film: “How much of Phoebe is in there, who knows? We’re all in it somewhere. Phoebe’s in it, Cary’s in it, the writers are in it, but it’s a… We battled it and battled it and battled it. Who knows? I’m talking to you now. I’ve seen bits of it. I haven’t seen it. Who the f*ck knows?”

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Daniel Craig Shares Sneak Peek of 'No Time to Die' During 'Saturday Night Live' Monologue - Watch!

Daniel Craig is taking over Saturday Night Live!

The 52-year-old actor hosted the sketch show on Saturday (March 7).

Since the release date for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time to Die has been postponed, Daniel decided to give fans a “sneak peek” of the movie during his opening monologue.

In the clip, Bond is a casino and at first is focused on his mission, before getting sidetracked by a game of Craps.

Bond then continues rolling die after die – constantly getting the results he wants and celebrates with a drink.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I have an announcement to make,” James Bond says. “I’m buzzed.”

No Time to Die will now be out in theaters on November 12.

James Bond Studio Is Losing a Lot of Money by Switching Release Dates Amid Coronavirus Fears

MGM, the film studio behind the James Bond franchise and the upcoming movie No Time to Die, is set to lose around $30 million to $50 million over the decision to delay the film’s release.

No Time to Die was supposed to hit theaters in April, but has been pushed back to November amid the Coronavirus outbreak.

THR is now reporting that the studio is going to lose the big amount of money, but they might have lost even more money if they released the movie in April as planned. The outlet estimates that 30 percent of the box office gross may have been lost by releasing the movie in April. With experts predicting that the movie will gross $1 billion worldwide, that means the movie would have lost around $300 million by hitting theaters on the original date.

It’s also being reported that a marketing campaign for a movie that is released in the fall is more costly due to more expensive commercials slots because of the holiday season.

There have been many reports that the Coronavirus outbreak could go away over the summer, but come back in the fall when the weather cools down again. If that does actually happen, MGM may be in a similar situation when November rolls around.

No Time to Die is Daniel Craig‘s final movie as James Bond and it’s one of the most anticipated movies of the year.