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No Time To Die Will Be Available To Rent On These Platforms This Week

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No Time To Die Will Be Available To Rent On These Platforms This Week

James Bond: No Time To Die is being released for home rental on select streaming platforms this week. Read on to find out where and when you can stream it.

The 25th 007 movie brought an explosive and dramatic ending to the Daniel Craig era. It broke records for the franchise both domestically and internationally; bringing in $1 million a day since its release and becoming the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time in the UK. The star of the movie has naturally earned a small fortune for his part.

Now that it's coming out as a rental, it's hoped the DVD and Blu Ray versions will follow in time for Christmas.

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When is No Time To Die available to rent?

No Time To Die will be available to rent in the US from Tuesday 9th November 2021, as confirmed by Distractify. If you fancy an impromptu marathon ahead of that, we've listed all of the James Bond movies in order - you're welcome.

What about the UK?

It's yet to be confirmed if viewers from outside the US will be able to rent the movie on 9th November.

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There's been an incredibly small window between the film finishing in cinemas and being made available to rent. What we have heard is that the movie, while it did well overall, wasn't as well received in the US as it was on home soil (which was the same for the other Bond movies). It's been suggested that releasing it as a rental has been done so quickly in the US for this reason.

Where can I rent No Time To Die?

According to Distractify, the 25th James Bond movie will be released on all major platforms, including Amazon, Apple, Xfinity, DirecTV, Spectrum and Vudu.

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How much is it to rent No Time To Die?

The cost of the PVOD (Premium Video On Demand) rental is currently set at $19.99 (£14.99).

No Time To Die was released in cinemas in the UK on 30th September 2021 and in the US on 8th October. The film was shown for a month before being released as PVOD in the US.

Featured Image Credit: 007.com

Topics: TV and Film, Daniel Craig, James Bond

Laura Sanders
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