James Bond star warns No Time To Die will ‘kill cinemas’ if released on streaming services | Films | Entertainment


The upcoming No Time To Die was moved to October 8, 2021 earlier this month as another precaution of the coronavirus pandemic. This will be the final outing for Craig as the cinematic her, and James Bond bosses, MGM, want its release to be as big as possible. Because of this, its release date has moved multiple times in order to play to packed cinemas – but MGM has reportedly looked at releasing the movie on streaming services instead. Former Bond girl Valerie Leon appeared on Good Morning Britain this week to explain that she “opposes” this plan.

Speaking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, Valerie announced: “I disagree totally that [films] should be streamed.

“The franchise is so special, so special. The anticipation of waiting…



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