The upcoming Bond film “No Time to Die”, starring Daniel Craig, has been delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
- Daniel Craig’s Coronavirus-like symptoms resulted in “No Time to Die” getting delayed.
- Daniel Craig admits he felt “very low physically” before No Time to Die.
- Daniel Craig on being James Bond for one more time in “No Time to Die”.
There is a long list of movies that have been delayed due to the growing concerns amid COVID-19 threat. But the real reason behind “No Time to Die” getting delayed for so long is the suffering of Daniel Craig from Coronavirus like symptoms before starting with the movie.
Amid the growing concerns of Coronavirus and the growing numbers of death tolls around the world, there is a long list of movies that have either been pushed ahead of their release date or are halted while being under production.
All these delays are for an unknown number of days and will result in the postponement of more such movies to be released in near time. The latest in the Bond franchise “No Time to Die”, starring Daniel Craig, is also one of the movies in the list to get their release date pushed ahead due to Coronavirus concerns.
Daniel Craig’s Coronavirus-like symptoms resulted in “No Time to Die” getting delayed.
There’s no further notice on when we’ll finally get to witness the charisma of James Bond, portrayed by Daniel Craig, in “No Time to Die”. Though the movie currently has been postpended ahead of its release due to Coronavirus outbreak, the movie faced a major delay of five years due to Denial Craig’s Coronavirus-like symptoms before starting “No Time to Die”.
The wait of five years between the two bond movies itself was exhausting for the fans, however, Daniel Craig had admitted that other than the current Coronavirus threat, it was his somewhat coronavirus – like symptoms and weakness that kept him from doing “No Time to Die”.
Daniel Craig admits he felt “very low physically” before No Time to Die.
The actor who played Bond for almost one and a half-decade now was about to leave the franchise after the last Bond movie “Spectre”.
Daniel Craig said— “I was never going to do one again. I was like, – Is this work really genuinely worth this, to go through this, this whole thing?”
However, the actor returned to the big screen as James Bond for the latest of Bond “No Time to Die”, but it took him almost five years to fight his physical weakness.
Talking about how his “physically low” feeling delayed the movie for five years, he said— “I didn’t feel… I felt physically really low. So, the prospect of doing another movie was just, like, off the cards. And that’s why it has been five years.”
Even though the Coronavirus currently resulted in “No Time to Die” getting delayed, but the actual delay was caused by Daniel Craig’s physical health.
Daniel Craig on being James Bond for one more time in “No Time to Die”.
We know that “No Time to Die” is delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t mean it won’t come. It will come into theatres very soon after the situation gets normal. However, before COVID-19 outbreak, Daniel Craig’s unwillingness delayed the project for several years. But the actor finally returned as Bond, and he admits that he’s glad to be back for one last time.
“I’m really… I’m OK. I don’t think I would have been if I’d done the last film and that had been it. But this, I’m like… Let’s go. Let’s get on with it. I’m fine.” — Daniel Craig
It’s very evident that just like fans, Daniel Craig too was disappointed by the “Spectre”. Thus, he too felt that being “done” after it won’t leave him with a very apt feeling. He needed something more to conclude his more than a decade long journey as James Bond. Now after doing “No Time to Die” the actor feels this is really the fine time to bid bye to Bond, and he feels satisfied this time.
It’s hard to say when we’ll get to see the movie, as Daniel Craig’s No Time to Die has been delayed due to Coronavirus outbreak for an unknown number of days. However, we are eager to see what Bond has to offer this time.