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That was for Star Wars, when TFA was coming out. They showed the fan an unfinished cut of the film.
I hope the guy gets to see NTTD
Agreed. It would be nice if he could somehow be granted his dying wish to see NTTD in advance.
Variety has contacted “No Time to Die” producers Eon Productions and the film’s international distributor Universal Pictures for comment on the Millar family’s request.
At what capacity? Just curious
Not sure. The rules dont make much sense, so it is hard to grasp them.
You're just keeping your distance from them. At least 2 metres.
Keeping my distance from the rules, yes. No, the rules are complicated because there are all kinds of stipulations and exemptions. Contagion has supposedly dropped here lately, so the distance requirement has been reduced from 2 metres to 1 metre. With fewer cases, the virus supposedly doesn t travel as far, just half the distance now???
Welcome to the complex and ever-changing world of Law, my friend. Especially emergency regulations which are often by their very nature transitory. I studied stuff like that for two years at Master's level and have just about still kept my sanity. I think the 1 metre rule applies here too but it is confusing for the average citizen to keep up with it all.
On the distance point, is it possible that herd immunity is beginning to develop with the successful rollout of the vaccination programme?
JULY 2: The Forever Purge
JULY 7 (UK): Black Widow
JULY 16: Space Jam: A New Legacy
JULY 30: Jungle Cruise
AUGUST 6: The Suicide Squad
AUGUST 27: Candyman
SEPTEMBER 3: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
SEPTEMBER 17: Venom: Let There Be Carnage
SEPTEMBER 24: The Many Saints of Newark
SEPTEMBER 30 (UK): No Time to Die
OCTOBER 1: Dune
OCTOBER 15: Halloween Kills
OCTOBER 22: Last Night in Soho
OCTOBER 29: Antlers
NOVEMBER 5: Eternals
NOVEMBER 11: Ghostbusters: Afterlife
NOVEMBER 19: Top Gun: Maverick
NOVEMBER 24: Encanto
NOVEMBER 24: Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon
DECEMBER 10: West Side Story
DECEMBER 17: Spider-Man: No Way Home
DECEMBER 22: The King’s Man
DECEMBER 22: The Matrix 4
Hopefully, that might be the last time that I need to update this list (in terms of rearranged release dates)!
I thought your reply in regards to NTTD was somewhat jokingly because it's coming out earlier in the UK.
Is that the same as the Delta variant?
Seydoux testing positive despite being vaccinated presents a question. How would Eon throw a lavish premiere in this climate?