James Bond film No Time To Die release date pushed back again amid Covid crisis

James Bond fans will need to wait several more months to see the new No Time To Die film, after the release date has been pushed back again.

Daniel Craig's final outing as 007 will now arrive on October 8, after it was set to be released in April.

The official Bond Twitter account announced the news of the delays.

In a simple tweet with a snap of the actor, it said: "No Time To Die 8 October 2021."

The film is the latest major release to be pushed back as Hollywood studios scramble to protect films from box office doom in the pandemic.

Cinemas across many countries around the world remain closed due to Covid restrictions.

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