No Time to Die lands early digital launch within the US
No Time to Die is hitting US platforms this week for digital rental.
Daniel Craig’s James Bond swansong, this high-octane blockbuster stays in cinemas internationally, however MGM’s making it out there on Amazon, Apple, Spectrum, Vudu, DirecTV and Xfinity from Tuesday (November 9), priced at $19.99.
Digital Spy reached out to Common concerning the film’s UK digital launch plan.
Within the Digital Spy overview of No Time to Die, we highlighted the way it’s a “marked enchancment on Spectre and can give followers lots to savour” and “delivers all of the spectacle you’d count on from a 007 film”.
And it appeared like the cash spoke for itself.
Having debuted on UK large screens again in September, and within the US simply over per week later, the spy film has up to now accrued a really spectacular near $670 million on the field workplace. That makes it the fifth highest-grossing launch of the 12 months (by way of Field Workplace Mojo).
The anticipation for the discharge was fairly clear. That determine included a giant opening day for the extremely anticipated and repeatedly bushed again instalment, because it pulled in £4.89 million on the field workplace on its opening day (September 30), in keeping with Display screen Day by day.
Not solely that, however 772 venues within the UK determined to point out the film on its opening weekend. That cinched it the file for essentially the most cinemas taking part in a movie its opening weekend, beating out Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker which had 744 cinemas exhibiting it in 2019.
No Time to Die is out now in UK and US cinemas. All of the earlier Bond films can be found on DVD or Blu-ray.