'No Time To Die' Box Office: 113 million dollars in its international premieres

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'No Time To Die' Box Office: 113 Million Dollars in its International Premiere. (Image Credit: Universal Pictures)

'No Time To Die' Box Office:
If the predictions of 'No time to die' were already good and its premiere in the United Kingdom can almost be described as a phenomenon, reality has exceeded all expectations and it seems that the latest James Bond film is going to exceed 113 million dollars in its international premiere weekend.

The film directed by Cary Fukunaga has been released in 54 markets around the world and will be released in the United States on October 8 after many, many delays caused by the covid-19 pandemic. Still without official data from the weekend, but with the approximate ones, if the thing continues this Sunday the 25th installment of the saga could become the highest-grossing film of the pandemic era without even counting on China, where it does not reach until the October 29th. 


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'No Time to Die' raised $ 27.2 million on Friday to a three-day total of $ 51.4 million, quite impressive under the circumstances. It must be borne in mind that not all the rooms have opened yet and that many will never reopen, in addition to the capacity limitations and the fear of contagion that still persists around the world.


In the United Kingdom, for example, the film has already broken records reaching 14.2 million dollars in just two days between England and Ireland, and that makes it the third-best premiere of the franchise in the country, a balm for the national exhibition after a year and a half more than catastrophic. 


And looking at other European countries, in Germany this debut has become the highest-grossing of September of all time, only behind 'Fack Ju Göhte 2', and by Sunday it should have added at least 14 million to the global international. In Japan, this has been the best premiere in the history of James Bond, and in South Korea, it achieved 4.4 million dollars in its premiere.


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'No Time to Die' stars Daniel Craig in his last time as Agent 007 and also stars Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz, Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, and Lashana Lynch. NoTime To Die is already in theaters and you can read our review here.

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