Billie Eilish unveils ‘No Time To Die’ theme song amid postponement

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish continues to expand her reign amid the pandemic by sharing the official theme song for the James Bond movie.

On Oct. 1, Billie Eilish set another record as soon as she released the music video for the James Bond film with the same title.

The MV, which now has 6 million views and nearly a million likes, brought glory to the young singer.

Now 18, Eilish became the youngest artist to write and perform the movie theme of a James bond film.

Aside from her new feat, she surprised everyone when she grabbed nominations in the top four Grammy categories. It included Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best New Artist.

After the award-giving body launched the event, she successfully bagged all trophies from the aforementioned four major categories. She also earned an award for the Pop Vocal Album.

“No Time To Die” update

No Time To Die serves as the 25th film in the 007 franchise. However, just like any other film, it faced delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Initially, the creators slated its release on April 2020 until they moved it again on Nov. 12 and 25 releases in the U.K. and the U.S., respectively.

During that time, the founders of MI6 Confidential and The James Bond Dossier publicized an open letter and explained the cause of delay.

“Just one person, who may not even show symptoms, could infect the rest of the audience. This is not the type of publicity that anyone wants,” they wrote.

But once again, they pushed back its release until the Spring of 2021.

“We understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing No Time To Die next year,” a joint statement reads.

It also means that Craig cannot say goodbye to the franchise until that time.

“No Time To Die” avoiding loss?

The news came after some movies also pushed back their released dates due to the disappointing returns for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.

The film only got over $280 million internationally. It also only earned $41 million in the U.S.

The closure of the country’s main cinemas in the three main markets – New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco – possibly caused the flop.

Since the end of the coronavirus pandemic is still unknown, fans should also expect another possible delay of the film in the future.

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