James Bond: No Time To Die got a new release date. But, wait, isn’t it clashing with Godzilla vs. King Kong?
James Bond to clash with the monsters
It seems like the world-famous officer has to fight the monsters to arrive at the theatres. James Bond: No Time To Die, the last film of Daniel Craig for the 007 series, has a new release date. It was dated to make a release in April, but due to the pandemic, the years have been pushed.
Moreover, we have finally got a release date for the Bond movie, November 25th, 2020. But, isn’t it the week when Warner Bros, Godzilla vs. King Kong would release?
Yes, Godzilla vs. King Kong would release precisely five days before the Bond movie arrives in theatre. Well, it looks like there is going to be a competition. The release day of the Bond movie is the day of Thanksgiving, which means there are chances of people not making it to the theatre.
However, we do know that this Bond movie is the end of Daniel Craig’s league, and it is going to air after five years. Are we going to miss it? Well, I won’t miss it. But, there is always conjunction, there would be confusion. Whether to watch the monsters, which we had waited for such a long time or bid goodbye to Daniel Craig?
We do need to sort out our priorities. However, we can even watch both of them by managing time.
Was Bond delayed due to pandemic?
Though the producers and creators told us that the movie was delayed due to the pandemic,, that is not the whole truth. We got to know from an insider that Bond went through a screening test and got terrible results.
Due to this, certain scenes of the movie were made again. The pandemic came as a boon in disguise for the creators, as they got enough time to remake the scenes.