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James Bond: No Time To Die director opens up on last-minute changes – 'Doesn't get better'

Speaking to Empire, Fukunaga explained: “My first movie, Sin Nombre, came out during swine flu [pandemic in 2009], and it came out in cinemas in Mexico right when the President of Mexico said: ‘Do not go to cinemas.’”

“So I had trauma from that experience, and as I was following the news of this, almost every day I was asking [the producers], ‘What’s the plan, guys? Because this isn’t stopping.’”

Reflecting on the reshuffle, he adds: “I don’t think anyone could have foreseen how the world came to a complete standstill, but I did think audiences would not be going to cinemas.”

Because of this, Fukunaga had some fear about how the next few months would go regarding the production of the film.

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