All the die-hard fans of Daniel Craig a.k.a James Bond have been waiting for ‘No Time To Die’ directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga launch which got pushed due to the coronavirus pandemic. James Bond’s next movie was all set for a massive display this year, but with the delay, it is now evaluating to go the new way of releasing it on Hollywood websites.
The makers of the ‘No Time To Die’ are introspecting about the digital launch like other movies are doing with this new normal. The makers are open if someone is ready to give big bucks for the launch, bidding bars are set high and will provide all the rights to launch. The studios backing the movie have placed a USD 600 million tag on OTT platform to stream the James Bond movie.
Notwithstanding the vast tag, some corporations have shown interest in signing the document contract. The movie was initially planned to launch again in April 2020, but on the request made by the followers, it was pushed again till November 2020. The world was thinking to have a way out of the pandemic by then, but still, worldwide theatre chains remain closed with the second wave of coronavirus pandemic in the scene. Now it is expected to be released in April 2021 as per the new statements and is estimating a digital launch.
The fans have to wait for a year-long to see Daniel Craig for the fifth time as James Bond in ‘No Time To Die’. In 2006 he was first seen in ‘Casino Royale’ followed by ‘Quantum Of Solace’ in 2008 then again in Skyfall in 2012 and the last one that was released in 2015 ‘Spectre’.