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James Bond Movie 'No Time to Die' Has Been Delayed Again

James Bond fans will be waiting even longer to see the upcoming movie No Time to Die.

Daniel Craig‘s final 007 movie has been delayed yet again because of the pandemic and the closure of movie theaters around the country.

The movie was originally supposed to be released on April 10, 2020 and was one of the first films to push back its release amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The movie was delayed until November 2020 and then that date was pushed back again to April 2, 2021.

Now, the movie has been delayed yet again, hopefully for the last time now that the vaccine is rolling out around the U.S. and other countries around the world.

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‘No Time To Die’ Release Reportedly Delayed Again

No Time to Die‘s release has been pushed back a third time.

According to Deadline, the film will come out in Fall 2021 rather than April 2021 as planned.

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Dutch exhibitor Carlo Lambregts reportedly revealed that he heard No Time to Die was heading from its Easter weekend date to November in a website post. According to sources that spoke to Deadline, the film’s promotional partners have also been updated on the new release date.

The movie was originally slated for an April 2020 release which was pushed to November 2020 at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. It was then delayed a second time until April 2021.

MGM Studios reportedly considered selling the movie to streaming services in October 2020, but the $600 million price tag was too expensive for streaming platforms.

No Time to Die‘s star Lashana Lynch recently spoke out about the controversy her casting caused – click here to read more.

Regé-Jean Page Reacts to James Bond Rumors During 'Fallon' Interview (Video)

Regé-Jean Page, who plays the Duke of Hastings on the new Netflix series Bridgerton, is opening up about the rumors that he might play James Bond next.

The idea went viral on social media this week and the odds-makers who have been tracking the buzz for each actor in the running have started to favor Regé.

During an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday night (January 8), Regé reacted to the buzz.

“I think the internet thinks a lot of things and that’s one of the more pleasant ones, so I am pleased as far as that goes,” Regé said.

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Regé-Jean Page as Next James Bond? Fans Love the Idea!

Fans are loving the idea of Regé-Jean Page as the next James Bond after Daniel Craig exits the famed franchise!

The 31-year-old actor, who plays Simon Basset, Duke of Hastings in Netflix’s hit period drama Bridgerton, has made quite a name for himself since the show debuted on Christmas. And it looks like the thought may have crossed Regé-Jean’s mind as well. One tweet he sent out referenced one of Bond’s signature catch phrases!

Since then, fans have been naming him on social media as their choice for the next 007!

In fact, his name has become such a popular choice his odds are now 20-1 on some betting sites. Other names that are consistently named as possible next Bonds include Sam Heughan, Tom Hiddleston, Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, and more.

We ran a fan-voted poll asking readers to pick their choice for the next Bond – find out who won!

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Gemma Arterton Reveals She Still Receives Criticism for Playing a 'Bond Girl,' Explains Why She Took 2008 Role

Gemma Arterton is speaking out about her role as a “Bond Girl” in 2008′s Quantum of Solace alongside Daniel Craig and seems to express some regret about accepting the role as she is now saying there is “so much wrong with Bond women.”

“At the beginning of my career, I was poor as a church mouse and I was happy just to be able to work and earn a living,” Gemma told The Sun. “I still get criticism for accepting Quantum of Solace, but I was 21, I had a student loan, and you, know, it was a Bond film.”

She added, “But as I got older I realized there was so much wrong with Bond women.”

In the film, Bond seduces her character in a hotel room. About the scene, Gemma said, “Strawberry should have just said no, really, and worn flat shoes.”

A few months ago, Gemma told The Telegraph, “I can’t really remember what’s in it or what I did, but I know I wouldn’t choose a role like that now,” she said. “Because she was funny and she was sweet, but she didn’t really have anything to do – or a backstory.”

The next Bond film will be released next year.

Lashana Lynch Responds to Backlash for Her 007 Role in 'No Time to Die'

Lashana Lynch is starring alongside Daniel Craig in the upcoming James Bond movie No Time to Die and she has faced a lot of backlash after her casting was announced.

The 32-year-old actress, best known for playing Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel, plays Nomi, who is rumored to inherit the 007 title from James Bond in the movie.

Lashana thinks any other Black actress would have received the same criticism had they landed the role.

“I am one Black woman — if it were another Black woman cast in the role, it would have been the same conversation, she would have got the same attacks, the same abuse,” Lashana told Harper’s Bazaar UK. “I just have to remind myself that the conversation is happening and that I’m a part of something that will be very, very revolutionary.”

“I feel very grateful that I get to challenge those narratives,” she added. “We’re moving away from toxic masculinity, and that’s happening because women are being open, demanding and vocal, and calling out misbehaviour as soon as we see it.”

Watch the trailer for the upcoming movie, which will be released in April 2021.

Charlie Hunnam Reacts to the Idea of Playing James Bond

Could Charlie Hunnam take on the role of James Bond? He’s down!

The 40-year-old Jungleland actor addressed the possibility of playing the role one day in an interview with People.

When asked if he would ever take on the role, he said: “100 percent.”

“I would be so flattered and honored to be considered to play James Bond as an Englishman. But my intuition tells me that I shouldn’t be waiting for that phone call to come. I think there are many people ahead of me on that list,” he went on to say.

As for rumors that he could be next for the role, he described the talk as “external chatter.”

“It’s very flattering sort of fan dialogue. Nobody’s ever, on a professional level from within the industry, brought that up to me,” he went on to say.

“As much as people want to talk about me playing James Bond, please continue. Maybe that’s the genesis of these things. Maybe fan chatter leads to industry people actually talking about it in a more serious way,” he added.

He also said that if it wasn’t him, he could see Tom Hardy taking the role.
Hunnam tells PEOPLE Tom Hardy would make for a great spy.

“The person that I hear about in that conversation is Tom Hardy. I hear that he’s really the front runner [to play James Bond next]. I think that would be sensational. I’m an enormous Tom Hardy fan so I would love to see him as James Bond.”

Just Jared ran a poll to see which star readers would like to see play the character next – find out who won!