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The Bond film ‘No Time to Die’ is delayed again as the virus stymies Hollywood. – The New York Times

The postponement until Oct. 8 is the surest sign yet that Hollywood does not believe the masses will be ready to return to movie theaters anytime soon.

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You know its bad when James Bond still cant get out of the house.
No Time to Die, the 25th film in the Bond franchise, was delayed for a third time late Thursday, the surest sign yet that Hollywood does not believe the masses will be ready to return to movie theaters anytime soon. The $250 million movie will now arrive in theaters on Oct. 8, according to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
It had been scheduled to debut last April. As the coronavirus continued to surge, that plan was abandoned for a November debut….

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