“We have all the time in the world” in No Time to Die explained

As September 2021 came to a close, James Bond fans had no time to waste, let alone die.

You’ll be all too aware that the film industry took quite the hit in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with many of 2020’s most anticipated blockbusters suffering from delays.

While there were a wealth of films affected, perhaps none were as well documented as No Time to Die. It was originally scheduled to hit cinemas in November 2019 but COVID and a bombardment of obstacles emerged, from directors departing the project to on-set injuries.

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