London: The latest film in James Bond franchise, “No Time To Die” has been postponed again. The film was originally scheduled to be released in April this year but was postponed to November due to the coronavirus outbreak in March. The film’s release has again been delayed and postponed to May of 2021. Cary Joji Fukunaga helmed the film as the director, having previously directed critically acclaimed television series, “True Detective” Daniel Craig who has been playing the infamous British spy since 2006 has ended his involvement with the Bond series with No Time To Die being the last Bond film he will star in. Initially dividing the fans, Daniel Craig has come to receive acclaim for his portrayal of the spy from both fans and critics alike. Apart from Quantum of Solace, all bond films led by Daniel Craig has been successful both critically and commercially. Skyfall became the first film in 2012 when it crossed one billion mark and it was followed by “Spectre” which was released in 2015 with mixed review but had a performance at the box office grossing 900 million dollars.

Daniel Craig had previously told that “Spectre” would be the last film he would star in but after negotiations with the studio, Daniel Craig returned for one last time. If the current global circumstances are any indication, it will be a while before the fans see Daniel Craig as James Bond in his last outing.