Coronavirus is spreading to new countries affecting economies and financial interests of various organizations across the globe. Hollywood big ticket releases are being hampered by this on-going epidemic leading to delays in the release of Fast & Furious 9 and James Bond franchise’s new movie No Time to Die. If you were looking forward to the new Fast & Furious 9 movie this summer, disappointment lies in place for the moviegoers like you. Fast & Furious 9 was slated to release on 22nd of May 2020 worldwide but now release has been pushed back to 11 months.
Based on the trailer, Fast and Furious 9 features stunning cars like Dodge Charger, Pontiac Fiero and it would be a big disappointment for the automobile enthusiasts. Return of Han who vowed the audience with his drift racing skills in Tokyo Drift would be making his comeback but we gotta wait a little longer now. James Bond’s No Time to die will see Daniel Craig’s 007 driving the iconic Aston Martin DB5, 1977 Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. We will see the reappearance of V8 Vantage in a James Bond movie for the first time after The Living Daylights in 1987 where Timothy Dalton made his first Bond appearance. Plus a two-door Land Rover makes a cool entry in the James Bond movie along with Range Rover Sport SVR. Guess, automobile fans have to wait until the year-end to see these cool machines in full power.
Daniel Craig starred No Time to Die has been postponed to November 2020 from its earlier scheduled release in April 2020. Theatres are remaining closed in Italy, China and South Korea where the Coronavirus pandemic has hit the hardest. There’s growing apprehension about American theatres getting closed as COVID-19 spreading further in-land in the United States Of America. The Fast and Furious franchise have clocked good profits in the past and has gained a cult following with their fast cars, life-defying stunts, and stunning end-to-end street racing. The franchise earns the majority of its revenues from the international markets and the producers couldn’t get a profit with so many theatres getting closed overseas.