Daniel Craig’s Final James Bond Film, No Time To Die Crosses $600 Million Mark Worldwide

The 25th James Bond film released recently, No Time to Die, has earnestly been embraced by the audience. According to Forbes, the film has now crossed the mark of $600 million. No Time to Die was the final movie for Daniel Craig as James Bond.

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New Delhi: The 25th James Bond film released recently, No Time to Die, has earnestly been embraced by the audience. According to Forbes, the film has now crossed the mark of $600 million. No Time to Die was the final movie for Daniel Craig as James Bond. 

While this is quite amusing, especially during these pandemic affected times, the film had a budget of $250 million. Also, when the promotion costs are added, the film has earned back more than the original investment.

Craig got a great deal of appreciation for his performance in No Time To Die, with some praising him as one of his best performances of his career. The movie is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, and is written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the film follows a jaded Bond who has been retired from MI6 yet gets enlisted by the CIA to safeguard a kidnapped scientist.

The Indian Express film critic Shalini Langer gave the James Bond film a positive review. She expressed: “Craig doesn’t just bruise, he hurts. He doesn’t just ripple with muscle; he ripples with the creases that years of seeing unspeakable horrors have left on his face. And what a face that is — the crowning glory of this Bond, more than his body, which is nicely decked out variously from brief briefs to tight tuxedos. It has eyes that burn into you, it has lines that evoke its pain, it has a smile that warms your heart, it has a twinkle that few can resist, and it has tears that flow down easily.”

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