'No time to die' is facing loss of crores

The COVID-19 virus affected Daniel Craig starrer James Bond's movie 'No Time to Die'. The movie was scheduled to release in April 2020, but due to COVID-19, the movie's release date has now been extended to April 2021. At the same time, many things related to the movie are also coming out. There is also talk of the movie being released on OTT. However, it has not been confirmed yet.

The information is being received recently that due to not being released on James Bond's movie No Time to Die, interest is increasing by about Rs 7.5 crore every month. In fact, the costs are increasing due to the delay and MGM is not in a position to pay its loan until the film releases and starts earning. Due to which perhaps there are also talks of releasing the movie on OTT.

Let us tell you that the makers of the movie are also ready for digital release, provided someone is ready to make a big payment for it. The $ 250 million movie 'No Time to Die' will require approximately $ 600 million USD to purchase for OTT. Despite having such a large amount, some platforms have also shown interest in it. Significantly, this movie is being directed by Carrie Fukunaga. Bond girl also makes a lot of headlines in James Bond movies. While No Time to Die will feature Ana de Armas, Bond Girl, Oscar winner actor Rami Malek will be seen in the role of Villain. Apart from this, Dali Bensala and Lashna Lynch will also appear in the main role.

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