Review of No Time To Die Earns $56M at the Domestic Box Office, Over $300M Worldwide

Daljit Kalsi

Daniel Craig’s 007 swan song No Time to Die had no trouble topping the domestic weekend box office, earning a less-than-expected, though still pretty great $56 million. Per Deadline, Saturday totals fell a little steeper than expected, but given the film’s massive 2 hour and 43-minute runtime and the fact that — Skyfall aside — James Bond doesn’t typically perform as well in the U.S. as he does abroad, this is still a big win for MGM/United Artist/Universal/Eon production.

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Speaking of which, the worldwide total for the action pic climbed to $145.5 million bringing its overall cume to $313.3 million with China still on the docket.

The domestic opening for No Time to Die falls behind Skyfall ($88.3 million), Spectre ($70.4 million), and Quantum of Solace ($67.5 million), but well ahead of Casino Royale ($40 million) back in 2006. Should this one leg out like Casino Royale, Skyfall, or even Spectre, a domestic total close to or greater than $200 million is not out of the question. Word of mouth has been solid, with audiences awarding No Time to Die an A- CinemaScore, which equals Spectre and Casino Royale.

Of note, previous Bond pics opened in November and benefited from an extended holiday run. It’ll be interesting to see how the world-renowned spy handles himself against the likes of Halloween Kills, Dune, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife in the weeks ahead.

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Elsewhere, last week’s champ, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, pulled in another $31.1M (-65%) to bring its domestic total to $140.8M million which is just -1% off from the original Venom’s total over the same time frame.

Box Office Top 5

1.) No Time to Die (UAR) 4,407 theaters Fri $23.3M/3-day $60M/Wk 1

2.) Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Sony) 4,225 theaters, $8.85M (-76%) 3-day $31.1M (-65%)/Total $140.8M/Wk 2

3.) Addams Family 2 (UAR) 4,207 theaters Fri $2.77M (-51%), 3-day $9.8M (-43%), Total: $31M/Wk 2

4.) Shang-Chi (Dis) 2,800 (-655) theaters Fri $1.17M (-28%)/3-day $4.25M (-30%), Total: $212.5M/Wk 6

5.) The Many Saints of Newark (NL) 3,181 theaters Fri $420K (-79%), 3-day $1.5M (-68%), Total: $7.5M/Wk 2

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