Top 5 Hollywood news today: Release of 'No Time To Die' changed again, 'Avatar' sequel resumes filming

WION Web Team
New DelhiUpdated: Jun 15, 2020, 09:29 PM IST


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From Avatar sequel resume their shoot in New Zeland to Spike Lee commenting on his relationship with Woody Allen, here are the top stories of the day.

Daniel Craig's film 'No Time To Die' has seen multiple changes in release dates. The film's release date has been changed yet again. Meanwhile, Oscars 2021 may also get pushed to a different time owing to the pandemic.

Here are the top stories of the day.

Daniel Craig's James Bond film 'No Time To Die' gets a new release date

As film productions restart with a limited number of people on the set at one time, we have news on the official release date of the upcoming James Bond film, ‘No Time To Die’. Daniel Craig starrer will release in the UK on November 12 and in the US on November 20.

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Oscars 2021 ceremony likely to be pushed, The Academy to meet today to finalise

The Academy has proposed to meet today over a Zoom meeting to discuss the details of next year’s Oscars ceremony. While the world’s most-watched film awards show happens in the month of February every year, there are reports that the upcoming awards will be postponed.

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Spike Lee apologises for calling Woody Allen 'friend': My words were wrong

Ace filmmaker Spike Lee is taking back his statements on Woody Allen.  Lee had defended Allen as he had called him a “friend” and said, "Woody is a friend of mine, a fellow Knick fan, so I know he’s going through it right now.”

'Gone With The Wind' to return to HBO Max with a new introduction by a black scholar

Gone With The Wind' will be returning to HBO Max with some additional content. The 1939 classic was removed last week from the OTT platform's library amid the ongoing anti-racism protests in America. The latest reports state that when the film returns to the streaming service -- the date of which is still unclear -- it will include an introduction from black scholar Jacqueline Stewart.

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'Avatar' sequel resumes filming in coronavirus-free New Zealand

Filming the sequel of James Cameron's sci-fi blockbuster 'Avatar' will bring hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars to New Zealand after it ended its coronavirus outbreak, the film's producer told media as production resumed on Monday.