James Bond fans are saying Never Say Never Again as it's been reported that the release date for No Time to Die, has been pushed back yet again due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The latest film in the 007 franchise was originally intended to be released in April 2020 before it was delayed until November of the same year due to the coronavirus.
With cinemas closed, the film would have missed out an awful lot of box office. But as Covid-19 continued to cause havoc, many cinemas across the globe remained closed.
The film was then pushed back to April 2021, and now Deadline has reported that the release will once again be delayed, this time until November 2021, due to the ongoing pandemic.
The new film will be current Bond star Daniel Craig's final outing as 007, which has resulted in many rumours about who would replace him in the franchise's future films.