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November can’t come soon enough.
The measures that businesses and governments are taking now and over the coming months will, hopefully, stunt the spread of COVID-19. There may be a new normal come November.
Yes. The virus may or may not be gone by then, but businesses will have adapted to allow them to run with reasonable normality once the fear factor has died down.
Either that or we're all going to be dead, in which case I don't care whether I see a film or not.
Someone on Reddit posted supposed spoilers. OP’s commentary about the script is vague. The plot revelations OP reveals is stuff that’s been floating around the fan community for months.
LOL: They messed up their Table of Contents, which says "March 2019." Ooops.
What evidence do you have? It’s not as though other movies aren’t moving release dates. If there were reshoots happening then we would have heard about them.
Another conspiracy theorist, that's what this forum needed. 8-|
There's absolutely no evidence of this whatsoever.
Y'all 007 fans are full of snobbery.
There are a lot of doomsayers around regarding NTTD, and we were just pointing out that your concept of the delay being because of “reshoots” or “Craig’s not happy with it” is baseless and goes against common sense, like many conspiracy theories.
I’m not saying you’re wrong, I’m just saying there’s not evidence. I may as well say the MGM offices were attacked by rabid giraffes, which caused the delay.
Considering how many films have been delayed since the NTTD announcement, pushing it back was necessary. And considering what Fukunaga posted on his Instagram a little bit ago, the film's pretty much complete, barring some slight editing adjustments or what not. And considering the state of the world right now, it's incredibly unlikely that they'll be able to film very much for a while at least.
The virus may indeed be worse come November. None of us knows yet to say for sure. But I doubt by that point they'd reconsider delaying the film again.
I see casual Bond fans aren't welcome here.
Always gotta bitch about something. I really hope this is the final Bond movie because like the people who work on the 007 series the fanboys are the absolute worst.
To me there is nothing wrong with putting the film on a streaming service and charging top dollar for it. I am willing to pay for it.
Yea Bond movies are theatrical releases but this virus and the uncertainty can make for an exception.
And an American Southern Black male in his mid 30s is not accepted as a fan of the Bond series because he is not part of that uppity British upper class despite having the books, memorabilia, films, those video games, etc all because he asked a simple question about the delay and reshooting.
I am outta here.
I'm a very Irish Irishman, by the way. So that doesn't fly.
I’m an American Northern Black male and that accusation in relation to this conversation is ridiculous.
Box-office is now effectively cut in half for any sold out showing.
Indeed. These will be historically low times for box office returns and audience turnout. I was going to see The Invisible Man on Sunday but it's not worth it.
Why would it be any less worth it for you? If the film is still playing in theatres, nothing's changed for the filmgoer. Given that the topic is box office returns.
With the virus becoming more and more prevalent across the country, I don't need to risk going out amongst the public in a mall, of all places, to see a movie that'll be available digitally in 1.5-2 months.