The makers of the latest films of the British secret agent, "James Bond", were forced to postpone their visit to China, as part of his propaganda tour, due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus.
Cinemas in China are still closed, in an attempt to contain the corona virus, according to the British newspaper "Sunday Times".
About 70,000 cinema screens were closed throughout China, which negatively affected cinematography from Shanghai to London. The new "James Bond" movie, "No Time to die", will be released in British cinemas on April 3, the last British actor's movie, Daniel Craig, to be in "Bond".
It is expected that the movie will be the most profitable box office profit in the history of "James Bond" films, but this has become unlikely since the Chinese cinema was affected by the Corona virus, as China has the second largest company in the world at the box office. Its revenue was more than 6 billion pounds last year.