No Time To Die, starring Daniel Craig has grabbed a lot of headlines over different reasons. The film will be Craig’s last outing as James Bond and it’s the 25th film of the franchise. This time, the film is again in the news and for not a good reason.
Recently, No Time To Die had a test screening and the response hasn’t been positive. So the makers are planning to reshoot a few scenes of the film, reports YouTube Channel Midnight’s Edge. The screening of Daniel Craig’s film was held a few days before it’s initial release date.
The channel claimed, “Sources have informed Midnight’s Edge that a recent test screening of No Time To Die did not go well. Though we don’t have any specifics about what was ill-received by test audiences, we are being told they are scheduling two pieces of reshoots to last 12 to 14 days.”
They further mentioned, “They are using the outbreak as cover to avoid bad publicity. With a very public and problematic history of the film, it would be very easy to believe that an extensive delay would be more than likely due to issues with the film itself than the current global health threat.”
Well, if this is true, it’s quite a sad news for the makers and all the loyal fans of James Bond movies. But only time will tell if they are really going to reshoot the film or not.