The truth about James Bond is out. It wasn’t any global pandemic that caused the delay in the release of No Time to Die. It was, in fact, the reshoot of No Time to Die, the latest in James Bond series, that caused the delay.
- Daniel Craig’s No Time to Die will be another failure in the James Bond series.
- Reshoot of Daniel Craig’s “No Time to Die” – Why?
- Makers blaming the current global health concerns for the delay of No Time to Die.
It’s universally known fact from decades that James Bond fears nothing. But unlike James Bond, his fans fear for him. They fear a bad film in the James Bond series.
After the disappointment of Daniel Craig’s Spectre, the fear of another bad movie in James Bond series is haunting the fans. And it seems like their fear might just come true with the release of “No Time to Die”. Yes, recent reports suggest that “No Time to Die” didn’t fare well in the test screening, and thus, it might go under a reshoot schedule.
Daniel Craig’s No Time to Die will be another failure in the James Bond series.
It is no surprise that each and everyone, a fan of James Bond or not, look forward to James Bond movies, and when a James Bond movie doesn’t live up to the expectations, it’s a bigger disappointment than any other movie.
Fans had already suffered this disappointment with the last in James Bond series “Spectre”, and are hoping to not get disappointed this time with “No Time to Die”. However, to the fan’s early disappointment, the reshoot of No Time to Die might just be a warning to be prepared.
Reshoot of Daniel Craig’s “No Time to Die” – Why?
No Time to Die is going to be Daniel Craig’s last appearance as James Bond. After the debacle of “Spectre”, the actor wanted to make sure that nothing goes off in this one, and that’s why he has been putting all the efforts. However, it seems like this one is going to be the same story as “Spectre”.
It’s reported that “No Time to Die” went through a test screening just before few days of its initial release date, and less to the makers’ expectations, the test audience gave it a thumbs-down. A YouTube channel Midnight’s Edge reported “Sources have informed Midnight’s Edge that a recent test screening of No Time to Die did not go well.
Though we don’t have any specifics about what was ill-received by test audiences, we are being told they are scheduling two pieces of reshoots to last 12 to 14 days.” This news, regardless of its authenticity, is a let down for the fans of James Bond.
Makers blaming the current global health concerns for the delay of No Time to Die.
At first, everyone thought that the current chaos is the reason behind the delay of “No Time to Die”. However, the situation is the one reason and not solely responsible for the delay. If the reports are to be believed, the reshoot of No Time to Die is the main reason behind the delay of the movie. In that case, even if the situation around the globe would have been normal, the latest in James Bond series would have faced delay due to the reshoot schedule.
The YouTube channel reported— “They are using the outbreak as cover to avoid bad publicity. With a very public and problematic history of the film, it would be very easy to believe that an extensive delay would be more than likely due to issues with the film itself than the current global health threat.”
Now, we need to wait for the confirmation if “No Time to Die” is going under a reshoot or not. But the news of No Time to Die getting a bad response in test screening is something of concern for James Bond fans.