Viewers are working hard to say goodbye to Daniel Craig as James Bond.
The actor’s final journey in 2007, “No Time to Die,” grossed a whopping $ 20 million on Thursday, pushing his two-day international journey to $ 22 million. This image includes Wednesday’s preview results and a midnight show.
Everyone’s favorite member of His Majesty’s Secret Service was a big hit in the UK and Ireland, where “No Time to Die” opened for 6.6 million. This is a 14% improvement over the previous Bond outing, “Specter” results, although it does not match the “Skyfall” results. This is the result of the one-day high of the epidemic.
In other key regions, “No Time to Die” earned $ 2.8 million in Germany, $ 1.3 million in Korea, $ 1 million in Denmark and $ 990,000 in Sweden. It has also played in Mexico, Italy, Brazil and several regions in the Middle East. “No Time to Die” will open in an additional 15 international markets in the coming days, including France (October 6), Russia (October 7), China (October 29) and Australia (November 11). It will finally make its debut in the United States on October 8th.
Critics were generally fans of the film, fifth as Craig Bond. “No Time to Die” is directed by “True Detective” Helmer Carrie Joji Fukunaga and written by Neil Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Jade Burns, Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Returning actors include Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Harris, Leah Seddox, Rory Kinner, Ben Whistle and Jeffrey Wright, while newcomers to the espionage franchise include Anna de Armas, Dali Bensalah, David Densic, Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnusen and Billy Magnusen.