It’s Raining Moolah for ‘No Time to Die’ sets US Box-Office Record

The 25th James Bond movie, 'No Time to Die', meanwhile, looks all set to recover its delayed production costs of $250 million, plus another $100 million spent on marketing and promotions.

New York: Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond has shaken and stirred the international box-office with a first-weekend earning of $119 million, even as the ‘Venom’ sequel starring Tom Hardy brought cheer to the U.S. market by setting a pandemic record of raking in $90.1 million in its opening weekend.

The 25th James Bond movie, ‘No Time to Die’, meanwhile, looks all set to recover its delayed production costs of $250 million, plus another $100 million spent on marketing and promotions, when it releases in the week ahead in 15 major markets, including France, Russia and North America, before it lands in China on October 29.

China, incidentally, is now the world’s largest movie theatre market, having toppled the U.S. when the pandemic was raging. This past Friday, September 30, ‘No Time to Die’ opened in 54 markets internationally.

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