NTTD to debut on VOD in U.S. next week, Screen Rant says

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No Time to Die will debut in the U.S. on video on demand Nov. 9, Screen Rant reported.

The entertainment news site said that United Artists Releasing confirmed the VOD date. United Artists Releasing, a joint venture between Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Annapurna Pictures, is handling distribution of No Time to Die in the U.S. Universal is in charge of international distribution.

Earlier, Screen Rant writer Cade Onder shared a screenshot of a YouTube ad via Twitter.

Studios have moved to reduce the time that films are available only in theaters. Warner Bros. this year has been debuting films simultaneously in theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service.

In the U.S., Oct. 8 was No Time to Die’s official release date, although there were Oct. 6 showings at Imax theaters and Oct. 7 preview showings at theaters generally.

The 25th James Bond film has had a U.S. box office of almost $137 million as of Nov. 4, according to Box Office Mojo. The film’s global box office is about $610.4 million.

Movie attendance generally has been held down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The coronavirus also spurred three delays in the release of the Bond movie from spring 2020 to fall 2021.

In pre-pandemic times, 2012’s Skyfall generated a U.S. box office of $304.4 million while 2015’s SPECTRE scored $200.1 million in the U.S.

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