It’s true, when one major studio film moves, it starts a toppling deck of changes that reverberate all throughout Hollywood. Last night, Warner Bros. shifted a bunch of big-time titles, including Tenet, Godzilla vs. Kong, The Matrix 4, and Wonder Woman 1984. It was inevitable that another studio would see this as an opportunity, and that’s what’s happening with the upcoming James Bond film, No Time to Die.
No Time to Die has moved up five days to November 20th 2020. While this movie isn’t huge, it was made possible by the departure of Godzilla vs. Kong. We also can’t forget it was originally pegged for an Easter weekend release before that was disrupted by the coronavirus, so any chance MGM sees to move up they’re going to take.
And now we can sit back and wait to see what movie slides into No Time to Die‘s old date of November 25th. Don’t be shocked when that happens later today or tomorrow. Lookin’ at you, Disney.