No Time To Die crosses $700 million at the box office

There's no time to die

As one of the longest-delayed films about the pandemic, it would be an understatement to say that there is a lot of pent-up demand among audiences to see it. There’s no time to die, arrived eighteen months later than planned and has gone seven weeks since completely dominating the box office.

The 25th part in James Bond the franchise can be a bit disappointing on domestic shores, where it only grossed $150 million, but spy blockbusters have been unstoppable abroad. This weekend saw Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 break the $700 million barrier, making it only the second Hollywood film since 2019 to do so.

On top of that, it’s disassembled now Fast & Furious 9 became the highest-grossing film about the pandemic abroad and There’s no time to die It now takes less than $15 million to overtake Dominic Toretto and his family to become the only top-grossing US-backed production to hit theaters since. Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker landed 23 months ago.

Cary’s well-received activist Joji Fukunaga has also made at least $100 million more than the two Casino Royale and The norm of comfort Despite the lingering effects of the global health crisis, which There’s no time to die a huge success by every conceivable metric. | No Time To Die crosses $700 million at the box office


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