No Time To Die Box Office Collection: Post COVID-19 Release Highest Grosser


No Time to Die is a 2021 investigative and spy film and the twenty-fifth in the series of James Bond. The film was developed under Eon Productions.

No Time to Die has been in development since 2016 and is finally scheduled to release in 2021. Unfortunately, because of COVID-19 situations, the theatres have been closed worldwide, and films have been on hold or moving to OTT platforms, but like the movie, No Time To Die is a big film, they hold it for a theatrical release.

After theatres opened worldwide, the film premiered at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the United Kingdom, on 28 September 2021.

On 30 September 2021, released in cinemas in the UK and the US on 8 October 2021. The film was released the same week in September 2021 in South Korea and the same following week in October in Brazil, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Russia.

In China and Australia, the film was released later in October and November 2021. The film had the highest box office collection opening weekend in the UK.

In China, after the theatres opened, the film No Time To Die opened to a $28.2 million weekend, leaving back the top rank opener, The Battle At Lake Changjin, on the country’s Box Office.

The latest report of 29 November 2021, No Time to Die, has crossed $750 Million at the Global, which means the first Hollywood film to achieve the number amid pandemic.

31 October report, with the combined production and promotional costs of at least $350 million, the film needs to collect a gross of at least $800 million worldwide to overcome the production cost.

The opening collection of the first weekend of the release set a $119.1 million box office from 54 countries, including the UK, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and Spain. According to the media reports, It was the first film since the COVID-19 pandemic that crossed $100 million in an overseas debut without releasing the movie in China.

In the US and Canada, The film made $23.3 million on its first day of release; it went on to debut at $55.2 million, crossing the box office collection. No Time to Die earned an additional $6.9 million on the occasion of Columbus day; now, its four-day collection totals over $60 million.


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