While it's been expected this would happen for some time, two more blockbusters have had their films pushed back till 2021. This time, it seems to be in reaction to each other. Earlier today, Daniel Craig's fifth and final turn as James Bond, No Time to Die, confirmed it would be moving it's release date from this November to April 2nd, 2021. And, in response, F9, which was originally set to hit theaters on that date, will be moved almost several weeks down to May 28th, 2021 which is Memorial Day weekend. Originally, No Time to Die was set to arrive in theaters April 2020 and F9 was set to arrive in May 2020. Both have now officially been pushed back an entire year due to the uncertainty of theater box office during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Hopefully, it won't have to move down any further. Stay tuned!