The long-awaited and awaited James Bond film “No Time to Die” has dominated the opening week collection of 25.9 million ($ 35.3 million) ated at the UK and Irish box offices.
The Universal release, Daniel Craig’s Swan Song, has benefited from universal critical acclaim and is poised for a consistent run at the box office in the coming weeks. It has opened Ultra Wide in only 22 locations in the UK, surpassing the opening weekend collections of previous bond outings “Skyfall” and “Specter”.
After a great run at the top of the box office, Disney’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” collected 9,779,077 in second place. The film now grossed a total of £ 19.6 million in its fifth weekend.
Another Disney release, “Free Guy” received তৃতীয় 270,266 in third place and now received a total of £ 16.5 million in the eighth week of release.
In fourth place, Paramount’s “PAW Patrol: The Movie” collected 25 251,511 for a total of 8.1 million in the eighth week of release.
In fifth place, Warner’s “The Sopranos” prequel “The Many Saints of Newark” took দ্বিতীয় 237,150 in its second weekend and is now 1.5 million.
The only new entry in the top ten was the Punjabi language film “Chol Mera Put 3”, which collected £ 192,957 in sixth place.
Due to Bond’s box office dominance, new releases are limited to the upcoming weekend. These include the Chinese box office hit “Claudi Mountain” from Trinity Cine Asia; 2020 Cannes Elections, psychological thriller “John and the Hole” from Vertigo Releasing; “Adams Family 2” from Universal; Other Party Film Company’s award-winning documentary “Peer Kids”; And India’s road trip documentary “Romantic Road” from Blue Dolphin Films.