No Time to Die Director Refused to 'Fiddle' with the Finished Movie During Lockdown

No Time to Die Director Refused to 'Fiddle' with the Finished Movie During Lockdown
The upcoming Bond movie No Time to Die was one of the first prolific releases to be delayed due to the ongoing global situation. The movie has now been pushed back several times, with No Time to Die originally due to be released back in April. You might think that, considering all of this extra time, that director Cary Fukunaga would have looked back over the movie, taking the opportunity to adjust and change things he was perhaps unhappy with. Well, according the man himself, this was not necessary.

"You could just fiddle and tweak and it doesn't necessarily get better. For all intents and purposes, we had finished the film. I had mentally finished the film. Mentally and emotionally."

It sounds like Cary Fukunaga is confident in the movie he has crafted, finding no need to go back and change anything. Besides, once you start down that road, where does it end?
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