In short, “No Time to Die” is the last film in the era of Daniel Craig, and one of the most anticipated films this year. 007 has a good score, but it’s a bit soft. In keeping with the Bond theme, Hollywood, theater owners and MGM are likely not to be shaken or disturbed by this result.
Since its global release last week, the film’s global box office revenue has reached 313 million U.S. dollars.
The total number of “no time to die” is ultimately good, but with all the attention and praise, some analysts believe it may exceed expectations.
Why it is not possible is due to several factors.
First, the pandemic continues, which makes predicting weekly box office returns a bit like a gamble. The movie is also very long, with a duration of two hours and 43 minutes. Although shown in 4,407 theaters, this duration may kill the number of screenings of the film.
Bond fans are older than Marvel fans, so viewers may have to wait until next week or more to see the movie.
Paul Dergarabedian, a senior analyst at Comscore, told CNN Business Channel: “People must have high expectations for “No Time to Die”.” “Although the long show time may be It played a role in this weekend’s performance, but it also reflects the fact that more mature moviegoers who are interested in the Bond series usually take time to go to the cinema.”
He added that the film “may take time to build a box office.”
Now, the theater looks forward to returning to Universal Pictures’ “Halloween Killing” next week as another film’s most iconic name-Michael Myers. The horror movie starring Jamie Lee Curtis was released in theaters and streaming service Peacock on Friday.