MGM and EON Productions have once again re-scheduled the premiere of new James Bond film, No Time to Die.
Both studios have not confirmed it yet, but sources shared this information with the Deadline outlet. It became known that the picture will not be premiered on April 2, as it was supposed to; instead, it will be screened in cinemas in autumn - perhaps, in November.
The changes in the schedule are due to the coronavirus pandemic; cinema theaters are still closed in many countries.
Earlier, we reported that UKE, the documentary about prominent hockey players of Ukrainian origin is now available online. According to Ukraine's State Film Agency, the film can be viewed at OLL.TV service's website for 59 hryvnias (USD 2.1, - 112 International). The documentary became the highest grossing film in the entire history of Ukrainian cinema theatre distribution.
It is the story of great hockeyists who performed in the NHL, the world's top hockey league. The shooting took three years in the U.S., Canada, Belarus and Ukraine.