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No Time to Die Pokes Fun At Release Date Delays In Beer Commercial


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A No Time to Die beer commercial pokes fun at the film's release date delays. After being pushed back several times because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 25th James Bond film is currently slated for a release next month, even as other fall releases like Top Gun: Maverick have opted to delay all the way into next year. Reports indicate that No Time to Die will likely stay put, given that it is already the most expensive Bond movie ever made and further delays would only increase the marketing budget.

There have also been numerous signs in the past few weeks that No Time to Die will stick to its release date. Its world premiere has been set for September 28 and footage was screened at the recent CinemaCon event. The final trailer for No Time to Die was also released, indicating that it is in the final stretch of its irregularly elongated promotional campaign. Now, another sign is here suggesting that the 25th James Bond film and Daniel Craig's final portrayal of 007 is sticking to its current release date.

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A new No Time to Die beer commercial uploaded to the official James Bond 007 YouTube channel is poking fun at the oft-delayed film. Daniel Craig can be seen suavely pouring a Heineken beer into a glass, taking a sip, and declaring, "Well worth the wait." An end slate indicates that No Time to Die releases in cinemas on September 30, which is the movie's UK release date. Watch the new commercial below:

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While a report earlier this month suggested that another No Time to Die delay was still possible if MGM did not see box office grosses increase, it appears they liked what they have seen. After A Quiet Place Part II, Black Widow, and F9 reinspired confidence in the theater-going experience, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was the latest summer blockbuster to do so, even amidst concerns about the Delta variant.

Shang-Chi's success has even caused ripple effects across the industry. Sony was so pleased with what they saw that they decided to bump Venom: Let There Be Carnage's release date up two weeks earlier. No Time to Die is currently scheduled for an October 8 release in the US, and there has been every indication that it will finally stick to it. Hopefully, Daniel Craig's farewell to the long-running British spy series sees the fanfare it deserves

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