October 23, 2021

Pjnews

Today's News Headlines, Breaking News & Latest News from India and World, News from Politics, Sports, Business, Arts and Entertainment

Box Office: ‘No Time to Die’ debuts with 56 million

2 min read

The latest installment of the James Bond franchise, “No Dime to Die”, debuted at the domestic box office for $ 56 million, with results falling slightly short of expectations and hints that it is one of the most underrated brands in film history. Forced to fight a movie scene dramatically changed by the epidemic.

The weekend title, “No Time to Die” was estimated to raise 60 million to $ 70 million in the first three days of release. While this is not a disaster, the total number of last weekend of the film was expected to be higher as it received positive reviews and represented Daniel Craig’s final journey as a stylish secret agent.

For some movies, especially during the epidemic, a $ 56 million opening weekend can be a cause for great rejoicing. But “No Time to Die” is no ordinary film. It carries a $ 250 million production budget, which is nothing more than a 100 million marketing expense. Add a few million to the delay in “No Time to Die”, which was supposed to premiere in April 2020 before the epidemic changed that plan, and box office experts estimated that “No Time to Die” would have to be made at least at the worldwide box office. 800 million to make money exclusively in its dramatic window. For Bonds, the franchise has numerous marketing partners and ancillary tie-ins, including Rolex, Aston Martin and more, which can help with potential losses.

The Bond movies traditionally made the lion’s share of its money abroad, and “No Time to Die” is no exception. The film was a success at the international box office, where it has already grossed 145 million.

No more results for “No Time to Die” The sound results are responsible for a number of reasons, including the hesitation of old viewers to return to the film and its long two-hour and 45-minute runtime, which limits the number of screenings per day. This is the first tentpole in Hollywood with real competition at the box office. The sequel to Sony’s comic book “Venom: Let the Be Carnegie” opened last weekend and continues to draw crowds, which could sell tickets for Bond. In its second weekend in theaters, “Venom” follow-up has generated another ২ 322 million, more than many epidemic-era releases in their entire drama management.

More to come.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *