The 25th installment of the James Bond franchise, “No Time to Die”, is set to be the biggest dramatic release of all time in the UK, with opening day figures on September 30 expected to reach 8 6.8 million.
The tentpole of MGM and Universal has been released in 22 movies – 25 more than the previous record holder, “Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker” in 2019. The film is the biggest release of all time in Britain.
Bond’s opening day is expected to drop between প্রথম 6.2 million and $ 6.8 million from its first full day in theaters on Thursday – about 13% of 2015’s “Specter” release, which fell on Monday and 26% below 2012’s “Skyfall”. Launch on Friday.
More than 30,000 people attended the midnight screening on Wednesday night. Overall, the film sold 1.62 million advance tickets in its first four days, as of Sunday. This is more than 12% of the total advance bookings of “Spectra” and at the same time compatible with “Skyfall”, although before the release.
For movie chain Everyman, Cohen Media Group-backed Curzon and Cineworld-owned Picturehouse, “No Time to Die” holds the record for the highest advance sales of all time.
Eoin’s latest bond release is Daniel Craig’s final journey as a bond after 15 years. Following its glamorous world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday, the film has received rave reviews from critics and currently has an 84% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Diversity Critic Wayne Gleiberman called it “No Time to Die” “a shamelessly conventional Bond film made with high cunning and just the right touch of soul, as well as a surprising enough surprise to keep you on edge.”
The film is being released in several international markets before its domestic launch in October.
In Korea, where the টের 250 million budget movie opened on Wednesday, it grossed $ 663,000 (KRW785 million) from 104,000 ticket sales, according to the Cobis Box Office Service, run by the Korean Film Council (KOFIC). This was achieved from 3,937 screening sessions and represented a total share of 62% at the box office on Wednesday.
On Thursday, the film pulled in another 590,000.
In addition to the UK, “No Time to Die” has been launched in Brazil, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands on Sep0 September. It will open an additional 15 international markets, including France (Oct-October), Russia (Oct-October), China (October 29) and Australia (November 11).