No Time to Die to run about 3 hours, Mail says

No Time to Die teaser poster

No Time to Die’s running time will be about three hours, the Mail on Sunday said, citing a source it didn’t identify.

The current running time is two hours and 54 minutes “though it may get even longer,” the Mail said. The 25th James Bond film still is in post production.

The Mail’s source said script pages were being added during filming and that principal photography went longer than scheduled.

There’s been a buzz for a while that No Time to Die will be the longest in the series made by Eon Productions.

The MI6 James Bond website published a Jan. 17 story that detailed how some theaters were being told to expect a 174-minute running time. Anton Volkov, founder of TrailerTrack (@antovolk) has tweeted such information, such as THIS JAN. 16 TWEET and THIS JAN. 22 TWEET.

The running time of Bond films has expanded during the era of star Daniel Craig. Only 2008’s Quantum of Solace had a running time under two hours. The rest — Casino Royale, Skyfall and SPECTRE — all have been well over two hours.

No Time to Die will be released April 2 in the U.K. and April 10 in the U.S.

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