Life James Bond premieres postponed worldwide due to coronavirus Posted on March 4, 2020 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The James Bond premiere was postponed from April to November. Producers and film studios MGM and Universal announced this on Wednesday. According to various American media, the decision has to do with the fact that because of the corona virus, cinemas have been closed in different countries and that fewer people will go to the cinema. A group of fans already wrote an open letter to the makers of No Time To Die on Monday with the request to postpone the film because of the virus. Because large groups of fans around the world will go to the cinema, the virus could spread more easily, they feared. The 25th Bond film will now premiere on November 25 in the United States.