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All 26 James Bond Movies, Including ‘No Time To Die,’ Ranked From Worst To Best

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I actually sat and watched all 25 previous James Bond movies (yes, counting Sean Connery’s Never Say Never Again) during the first month of “lockdown” in April of 2020. So when I give my usual “this list will not be your list” disclaimer, I should also note that this list won’t necessarily be the list I […]

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Hollywood Studios Creates Coronavirus Strategy Teams

Hollywood Studios Creates Coronavirus Strategy Teams

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Hollywood studios has assembled coronavirus strategy teams as the disease’s continual spread across the globe has devastated efforts to launch movies and TV shows internationally.  

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Variety reports that most of the major studios have created advisory teams made of members of production, finance, marketing and human resources to asses the potential ramifications.

Part of their job is to figure out how staff stationed in different countries can remain safe from infection. 

Studios have already cancelled plans for China premieres for films such as Disney’s “Mulan” and the James Bond adventure “No Time To Die” — moves that could cost those movies tens of millions in box office revenue. Sony’s “Bloodsport” was also expected to screen in China, but that release date remains up in the air.

Sonic (Ben Schwartz) in SONIC THE HEDGEHOG from Paramount Pictures and Sega. ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Release was Delayed in China Due to Coronavirus

Most of these films hadn’t gotten the official word from Chinese authorities that they would be allowed to screen in the country, but there’s little chance that will come any time soon, as movie theaters in China remain closed. There are also indications that several upcoming movies such as “Mulan,” “The Grudge,” and “Onward” will delay their release in Italy, where the number of cases recently jumped to 400. No major U.S. films will debut in the country this weekend. Globally, the disease, named COVID-19, has infected over 82,500 people and killed 2,810. Healthcare experts expect that number to climb as coronavirus continues to spread to other parts of the world.

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