As Daniel Craig starrer No Time To Die kept ringing bells at the US box office, the 007 spy agent action flick raked in $600 million worldwide, joining the company of Vin Diesel’s F9 as the only two Hollywood films to achieve the feat
Even after a gap of 18 months, the much awaited and the 5th film of Daniel Craig as James Bond and the 25th film in the franchise, No Time To Die was able to open with much a solid debut at the US box office, though it fell short of trade expectations. No Time To Die received favorable reviews from critics and audience alike, bringing in $56 million in its first weekend. at the US domestic box office. No Time To Die minted a staggering amount overseas with $257.3 million where the film released one week before the US debut.
As per Box Office Mojo, Daniel Craig starrer remained stable at third place despite Dune and Halloween Kills raking in moolah at the first and the second place. No Time To Die collected $7.8 million in its fourth weekend, summing up the total to $133.3 million at the US domestic box office while the action drama brought in $472.4 million from the overseas market, bringing $605.8 million worldwide and joining the company of Vin Diesel’s F9 as the only two Hollywood films to cross the $600 million milestone. No Time To Die opened on a soft note in Chine with $27.8 million due to the increase in COVID-19 cases
The 25th James Bond film makes Daniel Craig return in the iconic character of James Bond for the one last time and he indeed gives us a final sign-off which will be remembered and cherished.