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No Time To Die
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Posted by: boxofficefilms.co.uk
Posted on: 30th Nov 2021 6:14 am
No Time to Die has passed $750 million globally at the box office after 9 weeks of release.
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Posted by: boxofficefilms.co.uk
Posted on: 24th Oct 2021 11:07 pm
No Time to Die has passed $500 million globally at the box office after 4 weeks of release.
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Posted by: boxofficefilms.co.uk
Posted on: 24th Oct 2021 11:07 pm
No Time to Die has passed $100 Million on the US box office after 3 weeks of release.

This is the 1st film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga to pass this milestone.
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Posted by: boxofficefilms.co.uk
Posted on: 12th Oct 2021 5:23 pm
No Time to Die has passed £50 Million at the UK box office after 2 weeks of release.

It is director Cary Joji Fukunaga's 1st film to achieve this and the 5th film from Daniel Craig.
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Posted by: Arshad Khan
Posted on: 5th Oct 2021 4:08 pm
After watching James Bond, and I noticed that the studio executives are trying to put a female Bond, no, this character was written for a male, not, female. The Bond character is the epitome of the Bond franchise. If compared to the last previous two Bond films, eg. Skyfall and Spectre; this hasn't the Sam Mendes touch of the Bond, suave, macho male gritty and not the water downed his character in No Time To Die. Though, it has minute drawbacks and positives. But, it wasn't terrible Bond film, the opposite of it.

What I disliked was the fact that Bond was belittled by his female protege, something which shouldn't be included and it should be edited or removed.

Was it a great story, no, but, decent, nothing to brag about. Some will gripe about being bloated and over 2 hrs and 30mins. Bond character should never be belated by insignificant female character(s) in the film or less masculine.

Finally, if the next Bond is a female, it'll destroy the fabric of James Bond franchise. It should stay a male character, as it is intended from the beginning.

P.S. I like to see Chris Nolan or Tarantula direct the next Bond film.
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No Time To Die 2021

Runtime:
163 minutes (2 hours 43 minutes)
United Kingdom
Age rating: 
Release date: 30th September 2021
North America
Age rating: 
Release date: 8th October 2021
Director:
Cary Joji Fukunaga
Key stars:
Daniel Craig
Léa Seydoux
Rami Malek
Lashana Lynch
Ralph Fiennes

Full cast and characters →

This weeks box office performance

UK Box Office
Number 5
US Box Office
Number 9
Global Box Office
Number 8
Total grosses

Total UK gross
£95,491,106
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No Time To Die
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Total US gross
$158,128,117
Total world gross
$758,128,117
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No Time To Die
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Action
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Adventure
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Thriller
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UK box office history for 'No Time To Die'