No Time to Die, which will be the final Bond film starring Daniel Craig, was originally slated to release in November of 2019, then rescheduled for April 10 of this year. But due to the Coronavirus, it was pushed back until November 25. Now, however, the picture will arrive five days earlier on the week before Thanksgiving.
Every James Bond movie since 1995's GoldenEye has released in November or December, as movie goers typically flock to the theater during the holiday season. More specifically, the weekend before Thanksgiving is often times a desired date for more adult-minded pictures, while Thanksgiving weekend tends to feature animated and family-friendly film releases.
No Time to Die is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and pits Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, Naomie Harris, Lea Seydoux, Ben Winshaw, Jeffrey Wright, Lashana Lynch, and Ralph Fiennes alongside Craig. The movie follows Bond as he has left active service but is enlisted to help find a missing scientist.