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When Does James Bond: No Time To Die Stop Showing In Cinemas?

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When Does James Bond: No Time To Die Stop Showing In Cinemas?

Millions of fans across the globe have been to see James Bond: No Time To Die in cinemas. If you haven't yet, you may be wondering how much longer you've got to catch it on the big screen.

As you've probably heard, No Time To Die is Daniel Craig's last James Bond movie, having been in the role for more than 15 years. He's now left some blunt advice (in true Craig fashion) for the next James Bond - whomever that may be. One thing's for sure - it won't be Hugh Jackman according to Craig, who said: "Over my dead body."

While Tom Hardy, Idris Elba and Rege-Jean Page are among the favourites to play the next Bond, others wonder whether there'll even be another James Bond. We guess it depends on your interpretation of the ending.

Only the Broccoli's know the answer to that and Barbara Broccoli has said that James Bond will not be played by a woman. But she didn't say anything about 007, which was assigned to Lashana Lynch's character in No Time To Die.

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Daniel Craig's performance in his final outing as 007 was highly praised by critics and it has made him (and the franchise) a fortune. The film broke records for opening weekend revenue both domestically and abroad.

How much longer is No Time To Die in cinemas for?

Films usually stay in cinemas for around a month after their release. But in some cases, it can be longer.

The 25th Bond movie was released in UK cinemas on 30th September, so we'd expect it to remain in cinemas until 28th October, possibly (hopefully) longer.

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After that, the wait begins for it to be released on DVD and Blu Ray.

Who is the longest-serving James Bond actor?

Daniel Craig is considered the longest-serving James Bond actor by time period. He's been in the role for more than 15 years and starred in five James Bond movies. It was an emotional goodbye from him to the franchise and the production team behind it.

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However, others consider Roger Moore as the longest-serving Bond actor, having starred in more movies than any other. He's fronted a total of seven James Bond movies.

Daniel Craig Hollywood Walk of Fame
Daniel Craig Hollywood Walk of Fame

Daniel Craig has, however, been voted the best James Bond by fans and if you're going to miss him, here's a list of the nine best Daniel Craig movies to watch after No Time To Die.

Featured Image Credit: 007.com

Topics: TV and Film, Daniel Craig, James Bond

Laura Sanders
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