The theatres across the world have been shut down ever since the pandemic hit the world and several films are releasing on OTT platforms.
Daniel Craig's last "James Bond" film, No Time To Die, is one of the biggest films In Hollywood this year. The film was supposed to hit the big screens in April 2020, but was pushed back to November, and has now been moved to April 2021 because of the pandemic.
The latest update is that makers of "No Time To Die" are open to the possibility of a digital release if any digital streaming platform is willing to pay big bucks. The reports say the studio was asking for $600 million (Rs 4400 crore) to release the fil on an OTT platform.
Reports suggest that Netflix and Apple were among the streaming platforms, who are interested to buy the rights of the film from MGMâ€™s hands. It remains to be seen which streaming giant bags the rights and if the film will release digitally.