Deadline is reporting that the new 007 film, NO TIME TO DIE, is taking GOZILLA VS. KONG’s old November 20th release date. This isn’t a huge move, with the Bond film originally scheduled to drop November 25th, with it notably one of the first films to vacate its release date way back in March in the wake of COVID-19. Originally, the film was scheduled for an Easter holiday release. Internationally, the film is still set to bow in the UK first, with a November 12th release date.
This comes in the wake of a whole bunch of release date swaps, with Warner Bros essentially revising their entire schedule for the next two years yesterday, which included moving TENET to July 31st, and WONDER WOMAN 1984 into October.