The last James Bond film, No Time to Die, which was postponed in recent weeks, was once again postponed. The cause was thought to be Covid-19, but rumor has it that Nokia is the cause.
No Time to Die, the new film in the James Bond series, one of the major brands in the film industry, was postponed again last week. The Covid-19 pandemic was thought to be behind the delay, but the situations were not what we thought.
According to leaks from several different sources, Nokia is the last reason why No Time to Die was postponed. As previously announced, an advertising agreement was established between Nokia and the film No Time to Die. In the film, James Bond would use Nokia’s latest model phone at the time. However, since the film was postponed for about two years, all of the products used for advertising purposes in the film, including Nokia, became old.
The film featured products from Adidas, Omega and especially Nokia, but the companies to be advertised, especially Nokia, want the scenes to be re-taken and their new products to appear. It is said that the film was postponed so that these shots could be made.
Let’s just say that this is just a rumor right now, and there’s no official explanation. If a reseal process begins for the film in the future, or if we see new products in the film, we will understand that this news is true. The film’s current release date is October 8, 2021.
No Time to Die is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. The cast includes Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Jeffrey Wright, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz, Rami Malek, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw.