007: no time to die

The fate of bond's 25th Bond film, Daniel Craig's closing act, 007: no time to die, is full of twists and turns. The earliest planned release time of the film is April 2019, but I didn't expect that the original director and co screenwriter, Danny Boyle, would resign. After the delay, it caught up with the epidemic, and the schedule was delayed again and again.

Recently, the film side adjusted the release time again, from April this year to October. As for the reason, some media reported that it was related to Nokia.

007: no time to die

Originally, as early as 2020, Nokia revealed that it had reached an implant cooperation with the film. However, with the adjustment of the film’s release date, the originally implanted mobile phone model is out of date.

In the original trailer, Nokia implanted Nokia 7.2, then changed to Nokia 8.3 5g. However, Nokia 8.3 5g is also the mobile phone of last October, and it will not be a new model when it is released in the future, so this delay is to make up some scenes and replace them with a new model.