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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

No Time To Die breaks epic new record for Bond film

Premiering in the US on the 7th of October, No Time To Die has just broken a new epic record for a Bond film.

Earning $6.3 million (€5,443,445) in Thursday’s opening previews, No Time To Die is on track to becoming the most popular Bond film of all time.


Featuring Daniel Craig’s final performance as the MI6 agent, the movie was projected to earn between $60 – $70 million (€51,842,340 – €60,482,730) and it looks like it’s on track to hitting its targets.

The movie also smashed box office records in the UK during the opening weekend, accumulating £25 million (€29,437,875).

According to Sky News, the movie is the first Hollywood blockbuster to generate $100 million (€86,412,000) in sales without the “crucial” film market of China.


When inflation is taken into account, Skyfall is the highest-grossing James Bond film to be made, generating a total of $358.3 million (€309,598,758 million) in domestic revenue and $1.111 billion (€951,281,100) in global revenue.



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