The release of upcoming ‘James Bond’ series film ‘No Time to Die’ has been postponed for the fourth time. The 25th film of the James Bond series was first scheduled to be released in April 2020, but it halted due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in March. Several governments imposed lockdown in their countries, closing down theaters and public places, resulting in postponing of many films. Therefore, the makers of the ‘No Time To Die‘ film decided to postpone the film release to 12th November, 2020 in the UK and on November 25, 2020 in other parts of the world including India. But later, the release was again pushed forward to April 2021. Now finally the film has been shifted for an October release. The new release date has been revealed by the makers on social media. Now the film will hit the theaters on 8 October, 2021.