“No Time to Die” is the latest James Bond sequel, hitting overseas with 54 119 million from 54 markets.
The 25th entry in the long-running British spy series appeared in theaters after several epidemic-related delays. Seeing his strong start, the film’s supporters অ Albert R.
“It was a huge team effort by all,” Veronica Koan Vandenberg, president of Universal’s international distribution, said in a statement. Universal is releasing the movie internationally and MGM is distributing the movie in North America. “The filmmakers have given a wonderful film and we are proud to share this result with MGM and Eon. Barbara Broccoli was a huge supporter of the drama experience and was very happy that the film reached such heights during the epidemic.
“No Time to Die” has opened the biggest openings in the UK and Ireland, where it grossed 25.6 million in its first three days on the big screen. The movie also got off to a strong start in Germany (14 14.6 million) and Japan (.8 5.8 million).
Directed by Carrie Joji Fukunaga, “No Time to Die” cost 250 250 million to produce and at least 100 100 million to promote worldwide. The film marks the fifth and final return of Daniel Craig as the legendary secret agent. In addition to Craig, the cast includes Bond’s opponent Ramin Malek as Safin, Lashana Lynch as the new 00 agent and Leah Seddox as Bond’s love interest. Also starring Anna de Armas, Ben Hishao and Christoph Waltz.
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