‘No Time To Die’ Eyes Second Weekend In October For Theatrical Release; Universal Fills Easter With ‘Nobody’

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‘No Time To Die’ Eyes Second Weekend In October For Theatrical Release; Universal Fills Easter With ‘Nobody’
Updated writethru 9:17Pm after 4:55pm post: As we told you earlier, MGM was moving 007 film No Time to Die to the fall and away from Easter weekend, April 2-4. Right now the Cary Joji Fukunaga-directed feature, which reps Daniel Craig’s swan song as Mr. Bond, is set to fire up on Oct. 8. MGM just made the news official.

Sony recently moved its Marvel movie Morbius to Oct. 8, but after Bond arrived, the Culver City studio pushed the Jared Leto feature to Jan. 21, 2022.

Universal has overseas on 007, but they refuse to go hunger over the Easter weekend. Remember, they released Trolls World Tour on PVOD last year over that time and in whatever drive-ins were open. Universal will now open their Bob Odenkirk movie Nobody on April 2 instead of Feb. 26. Sony, soon after No Time to Die‘s departure from Easter, also moved Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway
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