No Time To Die’s Super Bowl Trailer Was The Big Game’s Most Expensive

No Time To Die got a new trailer at this year’s Super Bowl and it was pretty darn cool.

The trailer, or TV spot, was rather short but very sweet and I think it got everybody in the mood to see the movie.

No Time To Die will be Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond.

That’s going to be rather sad, but he’s been an excellent Bond over the years.

I think he deserves to go out with a bang, and hopefully, No Time To Die will do that.

Anyway, it’s since been revealed by Variety that the No Time To Die Super Bowl TV spot was the most expensive one of the night.

That’s crazy considering it was only really chopped bits from the previous trailer.

However, the media outlet reported that MGM spent the most money for their No Time To Die TV spots on the night.

Just in cast you don’t know, the Super Bowl is a pretty big deal.

It’s not only big in the US, but across the globe.

MGM spent the big bucks on No Time To Die’s Super Bowl TV ads

Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die

Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die – Credit: MGM Studios

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Over 100 million people tune in to watch the game, and that’s a massive audience.

It’s no wonder MGM wanted to spend big on this year’s show, especially considering the fact James Bond is looking to be 2020’s biggest movie.

According to Variety, MGM claimed the top spot in spending with their upcoming James Bond film, No Time to Die.

They claimed that MCG spent an estimated $5.69 million for two national ad airings on two networks airing the Super Bowl.

These networks were Fox and Fox Deportes. That’s a lot of money to spend on one night.

Hopefully, it’ll prove to have been worth it when the movie’s released on April 3rd, 2020.

The film is going to be directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and I can’t wait to see it.

What do you make of this? Can you believe that MGM spent so much money on their No Time To Die Super Bowl TV ads?

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