It was early March when No Time To Die made the decision to hold off on release until November. At the time, coronavirus wasn’t a problem everywhere. However, the feeling was that it was enough of a problem in enough places, that the movie, which has a lot of international appeal, would suffer at the global box office because of theater closures in places like China. We still fully expected movie theaters to be open in April domestically, though that didn’t end up working out either.
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