‘No Time to Die’ shoots $ 22million over two days at sea, sets records – deadline
UPDATE FRIDAY, to write: Full issues for Wednesday and Thursday show MGM / Eon / Universal’s James Bond photo No time to die to a cumulative $ 22 million thanks to two days of early release at the international box office. This includes $ 20 million from yesterday in markets such as the UK, Brazil, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. The numbers put 007 on track to beat the pre-weekend forecast by $ 90 million through Sunday.
As a reminder, with markets comparable to today’s exchange rates, the years 2015 Spectrum made $ 123.5 million; 2012 Fall from the sky arrived at $ 109.2 million; and, more recently, the last Fast Furious franchise entry F9 made $ 69.5 million.
No time to die will surpass the latter, and if it comes close to one of Bond’s last two photos, it will be validation for the film, its partners and the theatrical company. Many believe that after all the stops and starts, if a movie can bring people back to theaters in the era of the pandemic, the latest in this decades-old franchise is this one. NTTD still holds an 83% fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes. It is released in France on October 8.
In Bond’s home market, the UK, No time to die grossed $ 6.6 million confirmed Thursday, accounting for 94% of all box offices there. This is the third highest opening day for the Bond franchise, 14% above Spectrum (open Monday), and only 30% late Fall from the sky (opening Friday). The episode directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga now holds UK records for highest single-day crude in September, the highest day of the pandemic and the highest day since Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker open during the holiday season in December 2019.
As noted in yesterday’s update below, the Daniel Craig star has been launched with the biggest ever theatrical release in the UK and Ireland. It is shown in 772 theaters on 3,600 screens and will offer 9,000 daily shows over the weekend. After the world premiere in London on Tuesday, the film continued to generate big news in the UK. Bond is pretty much everywhere there, from buses to billboards and shops (that is, Orlebar Brown boasts a line of square-cut 007 swim shorts). Passing through Heathrow Airport this afternoon, I spied a report on one of the major news channels on the secret lives of undercover agents which, of course, included footage of No time to die.
The first results of Japan, which bowed today, points to a $ 1.7 million Friday opening day, the Bond franchise’s biggest Friday opening day and MPA’s second-biggest opening day of the pandemic. All major exhibitors are now operating at full capacity with no restrictions on exhibition hours.
Thinking back to the other early Wednesday and Thursday openings, Germanythe opening gross of $ 2.8 million Thursday on more than 1,300 screens, and good for 84% of the total market and more than 10 times second Dune (which is in its third frame). It’s the biggest opening day of the pandemic, more than double Fast 9, and the second biggest opening day in September behind local production Fack Ju Goehte 2.
Korea totaled $ 1.3 million on Wednesday and Thursday, opening with afternoon shows Wednesday and securing the Culture Days biggest opening for a Hollywood film in 2021 (the last Wednesday of the month).
Denmark grossed $ 1 million on opening day, more than 85% of the market’s total box office; Sweden took $ 990,000.
The Middle East open NTTD out of 985 screens across the region, this is the biggest release this year. The cumulative amount for the region through Thursday is $ 1.7 million.
Netherlands grossed $ 681,000 on Thursday, taking 75% of the market and taking second place more than 10 times Dune (third weekend). It is the fifth-largest opening Thursday of all time, the largest on record for Universal, the peak for a September release and the largest in the pandemic. The opening day is only 7% below Spectrum, and 48% above Fall from the sky. This result is achieved despite the mandatory health passes and capacity restrictions.
Somewhere else, Switzerland made $ 615,000 on Thursday (the biggest opening day of the pandemic and the biggest opening day in September of all time).
Mexico open at $ 588,000 Wednesday and Thursday, 37% above Fall from the skyopens Thursday. Italy bowed with $ 573,000 despite Covid’s tight restrictions in the market and established the pandemic’s largest opening Thursday, and the sixth-largest in the past 10 years of Thursday openings. There would be some outstanding performances in Matera where some scenes of the film were filmed.
Hong Kong scored $ 544,000 on Thursday, capturing 77% of the market. It’s the biggest opening day in the entire Bond franchise, the biggest September opening day of all time, and the biggest non-holiday opening day since the start of the pandemic.
Austria had a good opening day with 79% market share on 326 screens, the largest release in the digital age. The film delivered $ 397,000 on Thursday, MPA’s biggest opening day in September of all time (second behind local title Fack Ju Goehte 2), and the third largest opening day since January 2019. The total market was up 192% on Thursday compared to last week.
India opened at $ 381,000, the largest outlet since the second wave of the pandemic. The market remains degraded, but No time to die had the third biggest opening day of all time in September.
Belgium opened at $ 325,000 on Thursday, the best September launch day ever and the biggest opening day of 2021. Thursday’s result was 29% higher Fast 9, and only 31% below Spectrum who went out during the holidays.
Brazil started with $ 207,000 Thursday, 22% less Spectrum, and representing 73% of the total market.
No time to die still has 15 international markets to go, including France (October 6), Russia (October 7), China (October 29) and Australia (November 11).
We will keep updating No time to die‘s overseas over the next few days.
PREVIOUS THURSDAY: The highly anticipated from MGM / Eon / Universal No time to die recorded an estimate $ 6.2million to $ 6.8million (£ 4.5million to £ 5million) in the UK the day it opens today. Daniel Craig’s last turn as legendary 007 secret agent arrived about 13% above Spectrum (open Monday) and only 26% below Fall from the sky (opening Friday). The photo taken by Cary Joji Fukunaga is enjoying the biggest ever theatrical release on the market with 772 theaters showing the film amid the buzz and excitement.
More than 30,000 people attended the midnight screenings in the UK and Ireland on Wednesday evening. No time to die sold a spectacular 1.62 million tickets in advance for the first four days, exceeding Spectrumtotal advance bookings over 12% and in line with Fall from the sky at the same time before release.
The 25th James Bond film began international box office rollout in Korea on Wednesday, and added the UK today as well as the majors Germany, Brazil and Italy – we’ll have updated numbers for those markets tomorrow. , when Japan, Mexico and Spain also officially start their engines. . In total, more than 50 offshore markets fall within this framework; domestic and foreign hubs will open next weekend and China is dated October 29.
After several pandemic-induced release date changes, the public is saying, “Mr. Bond, we’ve been waiting for you. ” The UK in particular was all stirred with excitement. A lavish, crowded and royally attended world premiere took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday evening while Vue hosted an invitation-only screening at its Leicester Square venue on Wednesday evening. The film set the record for the highest anticipated sales of all time for the Everyman, Picturehouse and Curzon tours.
The UK is naturally the best performing country in Bond and has set a series of records on Spectrum, which had a seven-day opening, including previews; the No time to die the rollout is different in that it started on a Thursday.
Somewhere else, Korea launched with afternoon broadcasts on Wednesdays, generating a strong $ 665K of 2,167 screens, by far the largest release in the franchise. Thursday added another $ 590K for a total of $ 1.35M to date, and more than 60% of the market.
MexicoS first preview day came in at # 1 with $ 300,000 across 2,625 screens. No time to die reached 64% of the market share, achieving almost 7 times the turnover of the second-ranked film. Attendance was strong across the country.
While industry projections took into account an opening framework of around $ 90 million for No time to die, some believe that the Aston Martin could exceed this figure. As a reminder, with markets comparable to today’s exchange rates, the years 2015 Spectrum made $ 123.5 million; 2012 Fall from the sky arrived at $ 109.2 million; and, more recently, the last Fast Furious franchise entry F9 made $ 69.5 million.
No time to die will surpass the latter, and if it comes close to one of Bond’s last two photos, that will be a huge validation for the film, its partners, and the theatrical company.
Many have told us that if a movie can bring people back to theaters in the era of the pandemic – and remember Bond Is Slightly Older, a demo that’s been somewhat reluctant to return – the latest in this franchise. sustainable is that one. Reviews have been excellent with a fresh score of 83% on Rotten Tomatoes. And even some of those with complaints agree with the consensus that this is a very appropriate and emotional farewell to Craig on his fifth round.
We’ll be back throughout the weekend with updates on No time to dieis the deployment abroad.