The world premiere of “007: No Time to Die” was held in the UK in the early morning, and the media word-of-mouth ban was also lifted.
Rotten Tomatoes scores of 93% (27 ratings) make “007: No Time to Die” temporarily second in the Daniel Craig series.
The overall MTC score is 77 (16 reviews).
“007: No Time to Die” will be the first to open in the UK on September 30. Its pre-sale performance is second only to the 2019 Avengers 4: Endgame.
The film is 163 minutes long, breaking the record for the longest film in the 007 series.
“007: No Time to Die” is the 25th film in the 007 series. Daniel Craig plays Bond for the fifth and last time, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, director of TRUE DETECTIVE.
The film has super strong casts, in addition to Daniel Craig, there are also Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Rory Kinnear, and Ralph Fiennes.
“007: No Time to Die” tells that Bond, who has retired, is enjoying a peaceful life in Jamaica.
An old friend came and wanted him to rescue a kidnapped scientist.
And this task is more dangerous than he thought.
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After several postponements, “007: No Time to Die” is almost 6 years away from the last “Spectre”.
More than a year after the new crown epidemic has raged around the world, the British film market has never recovered.
I wonder if James Bond can play a revitalizing role this time.
“Avengers 4” originally opened the box office in the UK for $56.1 million, which happened to be the record of “Spectre”.
At that time, let’s take a look at how high the “007: No Time to Die” British painting can reach.
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