James Bond film 'No Time To Die' delayed for third time
It's been delayed a third time due to coronavirus
The upcoming James Bond Film 'No Time To Die' had already been pushed back twice due to coronavirus, and will now debut globally on 8 October, according to the film's website.
It had originally been due to hit screens in April 2020, but due to the continued spread of the virus, cinemas aren't able to open in many places across the globe.
The film is the 25th instalment in the Bond franchise, and marks Daniel Craig's final appearance as British secret service agent 007.
Bond's latest move isn't the only film delay this year as other major releases have been affected too. Sony has had to push back Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Peter Rabbit 2, Jared Leto's Morbius, Tom Holland's Uncharted, and Cinderella, which will star singer Camila Cabello; while Universal has moved Tom Hanks' Bios from April to November.
There were talks of the release moving completely online for viewers on online streaming platforms, but as it stands, No Time To Die will still debut in cinemas on 8 October.