‘No Time To Die’ Delay Reportedly Costing MGM $1 Million Per Month

‘No Time To Die’ Delay Reportedly Costing MGM $1 Million Per Month
MGM may not have sold the rights to “No Time To Die” to a streaming service, but it may be starting to feel the heat from sticking with a theatrical release.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the latest James Bond movie is costing MGM around $1 million per month in interest alone, which it won’t be able to recoup until the movie finally opens.

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