No Time to Die goes past $667.5 million mark globally

No Time to Die teaser poster

No Time to Die this weekend reached the $667.5 million mark, according to Box Office Mojo.

In its fifth weekend in the United States, the 25th James Bond film, managed to hold onto a significant part of its’ audience, according to Exhibitor Relations Co.

No Time to Die is scheduled on Tuesday to be available for video on demand (VOD) in the U.S. This will be a little more than a month after No Time to Die was released in U.S. theaters.

The Bond film is one of the most most popular movies at the global box office since the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it was made with an expensive pricetag.

The Bond film made its debut in China last weekend. Later this week, No Time to Die is scheduled to be released in Australia.

No Time to Die is being released in the U.S. by United Artists Releasing, a joint venture of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Annapurna Pictures. The movie is being distributed by Universal internationally.