James Bond: No Time To Die NEW trailer CONFIRMED for this Thursday with latest ...

JAMES BOND movie No Time To Die is allegedly getting a new trailer this week, as another sign indicates the 007 movie will stick to its November 2020 release date.

PUBLISHED: 16:43, Tue, Sep 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:11, Tue, Sep 1, 2020

The pandemic may have seen Daniel Craig’s final James Bond movie postponed from April to November, but rumours have been doing the rounds that a further delay to Summer 2021 was being considered. And now, two new tit bits of information seem to indicate that No Time To Die will be sticking with its November 12, 2020 UK launch after all. Firstly, Norwegian 007 fan site James Bond Magasinet’s source says a new trailer is arriving this Thursday.

UPDATE: TRAILER CONFIRMED FOR THIS THURSDAY WITH NOVEMBER 2020 RELEASE DATE – CHECK OUT THE NEW POSTER BELOW

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The fan site wrote on its Instagram: “A new trailer for #NoTimeToDie is expected September 3.

“The info comes from a reliable source.

“Please keep in mind the trailer launch is not officially confirmed.

“So take it with a pinch of salt.”

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no time to die postersJames Bond: No Time To Die NEW trailer ‘expected Thursday’ as 2020 release looking likely (Image: UP)

no time to die posterNo Time To Die's new poster (Image: EON)

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If there is a new No Time To Die trailer this week that would indicate that, for now, MGM and Universal are planning on sticking with the November 2020 release of the new James Bond movie.

Certainly, a change on Twitter would also suggest that this is indeed the plan.

If you use the hashtag #NoTimeToDie or #JamesBond, among others, emojis of the Aston Martin DB5 and 007 logo appear.

This is an effect that studios have to pay for, further suggesting that they intend to start marking No Time To Die for a November 2020.

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