The audience is forcing Daniel Craig to leave in style.
MGM’s “No Time to Die”, which marks the actor’s last tenure as James Bond, opened at $ 6.3 million in a preview on Thursday, the best for a Bond movie. 007 The previous record for opening night was স্প 5.3 million for “Specter” in 2015, and before that “Skyfall” made 4. 4.6 million from advance shows.
Craig’s fifth and final Bond film is on track to gross between $ 60 million and 70 70 million in its opening weekend, but it’s hard to guess because of Covid, which could cause frustration in the polls. Need to create “No Time to Die” bank. All foreign locale and action set pieces don’t come cheap, after all. The film carries a budget of 250 250 million and costs more than 100 100 million to market and promote.
“Skyfall” was the best launch over the weekend for a film that grossed 4 4.4 million domestically when it opened in 2012. Spy thrillers have already started fast internationally. It earned 12 121 million last weekend from its first 54 international markets, including the United Kingdom, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico and Spain.
Most of the critics accepted the film, giving Craig’s role a 2% “new” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Of diversity Leading film critic Owen Gleiberman was one of those fans, writing in his review, “No Time to Die” is a great movie: an up-to-the-minute, down-to-the-box James Bond thriller with a satisfying neoclassical edge. “
Director Carrie Joji Fukunaga (“True Detective”) is getting the most credit for injecting that edge. The cast includes Bond veterans Leah Seddox, Ben Hishao, Naomi Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Christoph Waltz, who have joined Anna de Armas and Lashana Lynch as two new agents and Rami Malek as the main opponent.