The creators of the last film about James bond “No time to die” has moved the premiere of the film from March to November 2020, said on Wednesday the official Twitter account of the character of James bond.

“MGM (the American film company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer – if), the producers of the bond movies Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli today announced that after careful consideration and a thorough evaluation of the global theatrical market, the release of the film “No time to die” will be postponed until Nov 2020,” the statement reads.

“The film will premiere in the UK on 12 November 2020… in the U.S. – November 25, 2020,” say the creators.

Meanwhile, as reported by British television and radio Bi-bi-si, the premiere of the film suffered due to the rapid spread of a new type of coronavirus (COVID-19).

It is noted that on 2 March, the founders of the two popular sites fans of James Bond MI6 Confidential, The James Bond Dossier published an open letter in which he requested the makers to postpone the movie premiere.

“Only one person, which may not be symptoms, can infect the rest of the audience,” – said in a statement.

The world premiere was scheduled for March 31. It was held in the Royal albert hall is a concert hall in London.