No Time to Die passes $150M in U.S., $700M globally

No Time to Die is forecast to become the sixth movie to pass the $150 million mark in the U.S. this year according to Exhibitor Relations Co., which tracks box office data.

At the same time, the film passed $700 million worldwide, The Wrap reported. The entertainment news site listed the figure as $708 million. No Time to Die opened in Australia on Nov. 11, one of the last major markets for the Bond movie. No Time to Die is close to catching F9: The Fast Saga’s $721 million.

In the U.S. the 25th James Bond film is estimated to generate $4.6 million for the Nov. 12-14 weekend. That’s down just 23 percent from last weekend. The movie has been available on video on demand (VOD) since Nov. 9. The rental price is $19.99 for 48 hours.

Only two 2021 movies, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Venom: Let There Be Carnage, have surpassed the $200 million mark in the U.S.

The COVID-19 pandemic has, in effect, reduced the size of the U.S. movie-going market. In pre-pandemic times, 2012’s Skyfall generated U.S. box office of $304.4 million while 2015’s SPECTRE had $200.1 million.

COVID-19 also has held down the global box office. In 2019, Avengers: Endgame had a worldwide box office of almost $2.8 billion. No movie has reached $1 billion in 2021.

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