‘No Time To Die’ breaks pandemic-era UK box office record

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Daniel Craig’s final performance as Bond finally hits theaters this weekend

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new james bond movie no time to die The biggest opening day has come at the UK box office during the pandemic.

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According to the producers at Universal (via) daily mail), the long-delayed film making between £4.5m and £5m on its first day at the box office on Thursday (30 September).

These first day ticket sales are up 13% over the previous Bond film, 2015. the dark shadow, but less than 26% sky fall (2012).

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As time limit Reportedly, the film is estimated to make a £83m ($113m) bow at the international box office in its opening weekend, making it the first Hollywood film to gross over $100m outside the United States during the pandemic.

Daniel Craig as James Bond in ‘No Time to Die’. credit: Universal

the release of no time to die It has been delayed several times due to the pandemic. After being delayed from its original April 2, 2020 release date, fans expected to be able to watch the next installment in the franchise on November 12 in the UK and on November 20 last year in the US.

A revised release date of April 2, 2021 – just a year after its planned original Dhanush – was then set, before ongoing COVID restrictions around the world pushed the film back to October 8 once again this year. pushed. A slightly earlier release date of September 30 was set in stone, and the film released last week.

review of no time to die, nme Wrote: “For the most part, and thanks to the cinema destroying COVID at so many stakes, no time to die Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are to be commended for taking some bold risks.

“Indeed, Bond may have the greatest ending in history. Yet when the credits finally roll on Daniel Craig’s last storm, all those difficulties fade into the background. If we didn’t know better, we’d say no.” That it seemed as if he had enjoyed himself.”

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in a new interview with Granthshala around the release of no time to dieIn , Daniel Craig shares the piece of advice that helped him the most during his five-film stint as James Bond, given by the previous Bond, Pierce Brosnan.

Watch the full video interview above.

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