Daniel Craig Starrer No Time To Die Crosses $700 Million Mark: Second Hollywood Film In The Midst Of Pandemic To Achieve This

The film was made on a strong budget of $250 million, so extraordinary performance in the box office was fundamental.

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New Delhi: The 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die, has become one of a few exceptional films during the Covid-19 pandemic to cross the $700 million mark. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the Daniel Craig-starrer has amassed $708 million. It is the second Hollywood film after Fast and Furious 9 to accomplish this mark. 

Presently, just F9: The Fast Saga ($721 million), Hi, Mom ($822 million), and The Battle at Lake Changjin ($874 million) are over and above No Time to Die. 

However, as far as outside North America earnings, the film has collected more than F9, and is consequently the greatest overseas earner in Hollywood during the pandemic times. 

The film was made on a strong budget of $250 million, so extraordinary performance in the box office was fundamental. Craig has gotten a great deal of appreciation for his performance in No Time to Die, with some alluding it as the best performance of his career. The film is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, and written by Robert Wade, Fukunaga, Neal Purvis and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. 

Shalini Langer an Indian Express Critic gave the film a positive review. She composed: “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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