The upcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die" was the focus of MGM Studios' presentation Tuesday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
As Sony did on Monday, MGM insisted that they back cinema premieres and assured that they are not contemplating hybrid theatrical and digital releases, as studios such as Disney and Warner Bros. have done.
The studio screened a long action sequence from "No Time to Die," the film with which Daniel Craig says goodbye as Bond and which, after multiple delays, will be released in United States cinemas on Oct. 8.
"We know it's been a long wait. Trust us, we felt it too. But the wait is nearly over," said MGM Motion Picture Group chairman Michael De Luca.
In the preview shown exclusively at CinemaCon, and which has not yet been distributed online, Bond is seen trying to escape by car through the narrow streets of an Italian town.