The hotly anticipated new James Bond film could be released three weeks early due to corona virus fears.
According to a source, film makers are afraid that the COVID-19 virus could impact the film’s takings at the box office.
In a number of areas impacted by the virus, communal entertainment spaces such as malls and cinemas have been shut.
A source claimed to The Mail Online: “There have been formal discussions about bringing it forward, and it’s been suggested that it could even be brought forward to next week rather than waiting until April to see how things pan out with the spread of the virus.”
“Everyone in production is really concerned about the impact of the virus.”
“The more it spreads, the more people will be inclined to self-isolate which will really damage the film’s box office takings.”
Another insider told The Sun: “A lot of the crew just want the film to come out now.”
“To say it’s been a labour of love is an understatement.”