Daniel Craig’s Swan song as James Bond is set to break a record abroad.
After a long delay due to the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic, “No Time to Die” exploded at the international box office on Friday, grossing কেট 27.2 million across 54 markets, reaching a total of .4 51.4 million. Industry estimates predict a total of 112.9 million over the weekend, with the latest 007 entry making its debut at the largest global box office in the epidemic era except China (pictured opening in China on October 29).
Although MGM and EON Productions have partnered for the 25th James Bond film, Universal Pictures International is managing distribution in many overseas markets.
Precisely, the biggest draws for “No Time to Die” came from the UK and Ireland, where the film reached a total of $ 14.2 million after adding $ 7.6 million on Friday. Debut is the third highest Friday gross in October, as well as the third highest Friday gross in the James Bond franchise. The film is the largest release in the history of the UK box office, running at 3,600 screens in 62 theaters.
“No Time to Die” is expected to earn অঞ্চ 30 million in the region over the weekend, with “Skyfalls” topping the three-day opening in 2012 and making it the biggest epidemic film in just 4 days of release.
007 entries reached impressive numbers on Friday in other regions, including Germany ($ 6.4 million), Japan ($ 1.6 million), South Korea ($ 1.8 million), the Netherlands ($ 1.6 million) and Hong Kong ($ 1.5 million).
“No Time to Die” is directed by “True Detective” and “Maniac” by Heller Carrie Joji Fukunaga and written by Neil Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Jade Burns, Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. In addition to Craig, the film’s returning cast includes Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Harris, Leah Sedaux, Rory Kinner, Ben Whistle and Jeffrey Wright. The series also stars newcomers Anna de Armas, Dali Bensalah, David Densic, Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnusen and Rami Malek.
Great for the great international opening “No Time to Die”. , China (October 2) and Australia (November 11).
The recent James Bond entry has been well received by critics. In his “No Time to Die” review Of diversity Chief film critic Wayne Glimberman praised the film, saying it “closes Craig’s 007 in the most honestly extraordinary style.”