Even if they are re-opened in time for the film’s airing, a studio insider told The Times their doctors would not allow the publicity tour to go ahead.

However, it is assumed the movie itself will be released in the country, though this has not been confirmed.

With that, it is also unlikely, if the crisis continues, for people to be likely to see the movie, given there will be a great danger in going outside.

The 007 filmmakers are not the first to cancel a tour in China, as rapper Stormzy announced he would do the same thing earlier this week.



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