It’s been revealed that the upcoming James Bond, No Time To Die, is tracking for a huge international opening.
This means that the film is on track to do some bumper business this weekend.
No Time To Die is rolling out in cinemas internationally on Thursday.
The film will then come out in cinemas in the United States on October 8th.
So, it sounds as though Cary Joji Fukunaga’s globetrotting blockbuster is on track to become one of the pandemic era’s biggest box office hits.
If you add the Chinese market to that, then No Time To Die could do really well at the box office.
Deadline has revealed that No Time to Die is on course for an overseas opening weekend in the $90 million range.
No Time To Die is currently tracking for a huge international opening
It’ll be very interesting to see how well the movie ends up doing with the critics.
No Time To Die is going to be Daniel Craig’s final time playing James Bond.
There are many people who are guessing who will be named as the next Bond.
Tom Hardy seems to be the bookies’ favourite, but I think he might be a bit too well-known to play the role.
I always thought that Robert Pattinson would have been perfect as Bond.
The problem is, he’s Batman now.
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Are you looking forward to watching No Time To Die in the cinemas?
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