No Time To Die worldwide collection report is out now. The latest film of the James Bond series ‘No Time to Die’ has done wonders worldwide. Last weekend, the film crossed the magic mark of $600 million worldwide. The film has gained a lot of momentum since its release in China. The film ‘No Time to Die’ has surpassed ‘Titanic’ and ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ in terms of earnings, setting a new record of one million dollars for 30 consecutive days after its release in the UK.
As per our latest No Time To Die worldwide collection report, No Time to Die has now reached number six among the highest-grossing films of all time in the UK. With this, the film has reached close to the previous James Bond series ‘Spectre’ and ‘Skyfall’ in terms of earnings in Britain.
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The ruckus of ‘No Time to Die’, the 25th film of the James Bond series, which grossed $ 116.4 in the UK itself, continues all over the world. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the film has crossed the $600 million mark, proving its earnings estimates right. The film grossed around $60 million last weekend in 72 countries around the world, taking its overseas earnings figure to $472.4 million. Till the last weekend, The movie had amassed $ 605.8 million
The film ‘No Time to Die’ was released in China last week and despite the restrictions being imposed in about 14 states due to the re-spreading of Corona there, the film managed to do wonders. The film earned $28.2 million in its first weekend in China.
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This is the third highest-grossing Hollywood film in China on the first weekend this year. The film still remains one of the most hyped-up movies of recent times. According to a website that collects social media statistics, the social media impressions of the film ‘No Time to Die’ have become the highest among all the films of this franchise so far.