007 fans urge studio to postpone movie release amid coronavirus crisis

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A group of James Bond fans has urged the film’s producers to push back the release of No Time to Die until the spread of coronavirus is contained.

Writers for the MI6-HQ website, the biggest Bond fan blog in the world, have penned an open letter to executives at EON Productions and studios MGM and Universal, who are releasing the movie, to urge them to delay the upcoming April release until the summer and “put public health above marketing release schedules”.

“After enduring three delays in production already, it is by no means easy to say this: the release of No Time to Die should be postponed,” the letter states. “With the coronavirus reaching pandemic status, it is time to put public health above marketing release schedules and the cost of cancelling publicity events.

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