The official James Bond Twitter account broke the news on Wednesday morning. No Time To Die will not hit theatres this April. Instead, it will arrive in November 2020.

The decision comes amid worldwide concerns about the spread of the coronavirus

The official James Bond Twitter postpones No Time To Die release date

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The coronavirus impacts the film industry

No Time To Die had already postponed its earlier Chinese premiere date in mid-February.

Fears of the coronavirus spreading have impacted the global film exhibition industry. In some locations, such as China, movie theatres have closed to prevent the virus's spread.

People have also grown hesitant to gather in large groups in public places.

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No Time To Die: Fans agree with release date postponement

For No Time To Die specifically, fans had mounted an online petition for MGM to postpone the release date.

The James Bond account's tweet references an assessment of the "global theatrical marketplace" as the reason for the delay. Instead of its mid-April premiere, No Time To Die will now arrive in the UK on November 12 and in the US on November 25.

In the meantime, "007" fans can focus on staying healthy and containing the outbreak. Many had expressed concern about missing the film on the big screen next month.

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