Cap on next year for James Bond! The release of “Mourir can wait”, scheduled for November 11 in France, is postponed to April 2021, which postpones that of “Fast & Furious 9” by a month.
Dying can wait… and so can the public. Once again. While all the lights looked green, with the French release date of November 11 featured on posters and trailers or the song’s clip uploading online. “No Time To Die” signed Billie Eilish on October 1, Universal and EON Productions have finally chosen to look to next year with the fifth and final adventure of Daniel Craig in the tuxedo of 007: the film by Cary Joji Fukunaga is now due on April 2, 2021 in American theaters. And probably at the same time with us.
Initially scheduled for April 2020 in the world, the feature film will therefore arrive one year late, to which must be added the six months of postponement caused by the departure of Danny Boyle, the first director hired to direct this 25th opus of the saga. with a release date set, at the time, in November 2019. After Black Widow or Top Gun 2, to name a few, it is therefore another blockbuster that ignores this a more than special year in which the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic continue to be felt on the film and series industry.
In France, the list of very big films of the end of the year is therefore reduced a little more, and it will now be necessary to wait until November 25, release date of Soul, the next Pixar, and of the first part of Kaamelott for find some on our screens. If all goes well, because other postponements cannot be ruled out, while Dune and Wonder Woman 1984 are, for the moment, still scheduled for December. Anyway, Dying can wait is therefore offered the niche that was until now reserved for Fast & Furious 9, the release of which is postponed to May 28, 2021 in the United States.
The music video for “Die Can Wait”, a song by Billie Eilish that you will be able to hear in theaters in April 2021: