No Time to Die Rumored to Skip Theaters as Streamers Engage in James Bond Bidding War

No Time to Die Rumored to Skip Theaters as Streamers Engage in James Bond Bidding War
Another huge blockbuster may be skipping theaters in the U.S. in favor of a streaming debut. No Time to Die, the latest entry in the James Bond franchise, was originally supposed to hit theaters this year. First in April, then in November, before MGM delayed its release to 2021. Now, as uncertainty at the box office looms, it is rumored that several major streaming services are in a bidding war for the rights to the highly-anticipated finale to Daniel Craig's run as 007.

Before diving in, we must caution this should merely be regarded as a rumor for the time being until further confirmation is provided. That said, a new report claims that Netflix and Apple TV+ are in the mix to secure the streaming rights to No Time to Die. No figure was provided but it is said they are offering "monstrous sums of money." MGM, additionally, is under
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