No Time To Die will be the latest film as well as Daniel Craig’s last appearance as Secret Agent 007. However, prior to its release, interesting information circulated about the film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.
Launching from Digital Spy, recently, the 25th film in the James Bond franchise will have a duration of 163 minutes or 2 hours 43 minutes in total, including the opening and ending credits.
Interestingly, the duration of this film broke the record of the previous James Bond films. Other feature-length films include Skyfall, Casino Royale, and Specter.
Other Movie Duration
The film Specter, which was released in 2015, has a duration of 148 minutes, briefly holding this record. Next up is Casino Royale with 144 minutes, followed by Skyfall with 143 minutes. There is also an old James Bond film that was released in 1969 with a duration of 142 minutes entitled On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
If we discuss the opposite, the shortest film from the James Bond franchise in history is Quantum of Solace which only lasts 106. This film was released in 2008.
Accepted in China
Interestingly, Variety said that No Time To Die has reportedly passed censorship in China. In fact, it is reported that this film will be aired in the Panda Country with the full duration.
China is indeed considered one of the most stringent countries in releasing films from other countries, especially Hollywood productions.
Airing This Year in America and UK
No Time To Die is slated to premiere later this September in the UK and early October in the US. Unfortunately, fans in Indonesia still don’t know for sure when they will enjoy this film considering the strict health protocols in almost all regions.