Daniel Craig's final Bond movie is now available to pre-order on Blu Ray and DVD. And for big Bond fans, there are even some collector's editions to get your hands on.
Despite fears that the pandemic has ruined the cinema industry, No Time To Die seems to have given it the boost it needed. The film is now on its way to becoming the most popular James Bond movie yet, having broken a new record for opening weekend revenue both domestically and internationally.
The latest blockbuster received mixed reviews from critics initially, which was mainly to do with the plot, while Daniel Craig was applauded for his final performance as 007.
Now, people want to know if they'll be able to sit down and watch No Time To Die at home over Christmas. Here's everything we know.
When is No Time To Die Out On DVD?
No Time To Die is available to pre-order now in-store and online.
A release date for the disc hasn't been confirmed yet. Estimates vary between pre-Christmas and mid-January. Digital Spy predicts the DVD will be in stores in time to cash in on Christmas shopping season, while dvdreleases.com says it'll be out on 14th January.
But surely, the franchise wouldn't want to miss out on huge Christmas sales? After all, the DVD, particularly the limited-edition 4K Ultra HD and Blu Ray steelbook, makes for a great Christmas present
However, Zavvi, the site which is exclusively selling the limited-edition DVD steelbook, has confirmed that pre-orders will be delivered on 31st December 2021. So if we're going by that, at least that's New Year's Day sorted.
In the meantime, here's how to watch the James Bond movies in order.
When is No Time To Die Out On Blu Ray?
Reports have said that No Time To Die will be available on Blu Ray in February 2022.
Blu Ray always tends to lag behind the DVD releases, so if the DVD is scheduled to come out in December or January, it makes sense that Blu Ray will follow a month later.
Where to buy No Time To Die: DVD and Blu ray prices
As mentioned, No Time To Die is available as a standard DVD or a limited edition collector's item, which, as you can probably imagine will cost you a bit more. The prices are as follows:
We'll let you know if we get any further clarification on the DVD and Blu Ray release dates. And if you haven't seen it yet, No Time To Die is out in cinemas until late October.
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Topics: TV and Film, Daniel Craig, James Bond