Originally announced to be released on November 7, the new US release date is a week later, November 14:

Aug. 21 (Bloomberg) — Sony Corp. moved the release of the new James Bond film back a week to Nov. 14, following Time Warner Inc.’s decision to delay the next Harry Potter film until July.

The later date will move “Quantum of Solace,” the second Bond film starring Daniel Craig, closer to the holiday season, Sony said today in an e-mailed statement. The film originally was scheduled to reach theaters on Nov. 7.

Studios are changing release dates after the strike by Hollywood writers delayed production of some films. Warner Bros. said last week it was moving “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince” to July 17 from Nov. 21 to fill gaps in the studio’s schedule following the strike.