On Friday, producers said James Bond’s latest film, No Time To Die, made between £4.5m and £5m on its first day in British and Irish theaters. On Thursday, it was shown in both countries in a record 772 theatres. The film is expected to earn $90 million worldwide during its opening weekend.

Don’t Time to Die – the last film to feature Daniel Craig from 007 – had its world premiere on Tuesday at London’s Royal Albert Hall, and on Thursday it was shown at regular theater distribution houses in the UK and Ireland. On Thursday, it was shown in both countries in a record 772 theaters – 25 more than Star Wars: Skywalker. Rebirth in 2019.

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On Friday, producers said the film made £4.5 million to £5 million on its first day of release in British and Irish cinemas. According to Universal Pictures, Thursday’s revenue is 13 percent more than Bond’s previous installment, “Spectre,” from 2015, on day one, but 26 percent higher. Less than Skyfall achieved in 2012.

More than 30,000 people in the middle of the night

More than 30,000 people attended midnight shows in Great Britain and Ireland, and 1.6 million people purchased pre-sale tickets for the first four days of the show. It’s about 12 percent. More than it was with “Spectre” and the same with “Skyfall”.

Motion picture analyst Gower Street Analytics predicts that in the first week of show, “Don’t Time To Die” will make up 92 percent of the total. All ticket receipts in British and Irish cinemas.

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James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Madeline Swann (Lea Seydoux) in “No Time to Die” Poland Film Forum

“Nie Czasać” viewership stats and ticket revenue are closely watched, as this movie is the loudest premiere since cinemas reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic, so it would be an indication of how far people are turning them back.

The Prime Minister has been postponed several times

Due to the pandemic, the premiere of “Nie czas Dyać” has been postponed several times, because initially the film was scheduled to be shown in theaters in early spring of last year.

Daniel Craig in “No Time to Die”Polish Film Forum

The director is American Cary Joji Fukunaga, Lea Seydoux, Rami Malek and Lashana Lynch along with Craig. The film is expected to earn $90 million worldwide during its opening weekend.

After the film’s premiere at the Royal Albert Hall, most British critics rated the film very favorably, many giving it five stars, although some also suggested that the action did not fully justify its 163-minute duration.

Main image source: Poland Film Forum