MGM and Universal have confirmed that the new James Bond movie No Time To Die has seen its release date pushed back again.
Daniel Craig's final outing as 007 was originally meant to open in November 2019, but first production problems and then the coronavirus pandemic have seen it delayed multiple times.
The most recent plan was for the movie, which was made with an eye-watering $250 million (£182 million) budget, to come out worldwide on April 2.
Coronavirus is still raging, however, and with most Western cinemas still closed, the decision has been taken to reschedule the release for October 8.
Several other films have also announced revised release dates, including Peter Rabbit 2 (June 11), Cinderella (July 16) and Ghostbusters: Afterlife (November 11).