NEW James Bond film No Time To Die could be delayed again until November, according to reports.
The 25th 007 flick has been plagued by push-backs with studio bosses trying to find a suitable release date amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It currently stands as April 2, but Dutch publication BN DeStem spoke to a cinema owner called Carlo Lambregts who claimed the film’s release will now be in November.
While Deadline reported that promotional partners have been told to expect another delay, however, a date wasn’t specified.
It would be the third release setback for the film that was originally slated for an April 2020 showing, before being moved to…