• No Time to Die Wins Weekend Box Office Battle with $56M Debut

    8 days ago - By Movie Web

    The latest James Bond installment came in slightly below initial domestic box office predictions.
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  • Is Arthouse Baaack? ‘Lamb', ‘The Rescue' Surge; Bond Nudges Older Auds Into Theaters - Specialty Box Office

    Is Arthouse Baaack? ‘Lamb', ‘The Rescue' Surge; Bond Nudges Older Auds Into Theaters - Specialty Box Office

    8 days ago - By Deadline

    NatGeo's The Rescue by Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin stormed the specialty box off in five runs in NYC, LA and Chicago this weekend with a nearly $14,000 per screen average - the best opening PSA for a documentary playing in more than one market in over two years. (Estimated three-day cume was...
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  • No Time to Die' snares $56 million in domestic box office debut, tops $300 million globally

    8 days ago - By Up Worthy

    "No Time to Die" tallied an estimated $56 million during its domestic opening weekend, the fourth-best debut of any James Bond film.
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  • Box Office: ‘No Time to Die' Debuts Slightly Behind Expectations With $56 Million

    8 days ago - By Up Worthy

    “No Time to Die,” the latest installment in the James Bond franchise, debuted to $56 million from 4,407 theaters at the domestic box...
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  • Box Office: ‘No Time to Die' Opens to $56M Domestically, Crosses $300M Globally

    8 days ago - By Up Worthy

    The 25th James Bond installment - fueled by older adults - came in on the low end of expectations in North America but hopes for a long...
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  • ‘No Time to Die' Shakes Up Box Office With $56 Million Opening

    8 days ago - By The Wrap

    MGM's “No Time to Die” has grossed a solid $56 million from 4,407 theaters this weekend, meeting studio and independent tracker projections and posting one of the top 5 highest domestic openings of the year.
    Though more optimistic hopes from analysts and theater owners that Daniel Craig's final Bond film could perform similar to “Skyfall” or “Spectre” weren't realized, “No Time to Die” has still given cinemas plenty of reasons to celebrate. To start, MGM's internal polling showed that 25% of the audience for “No Time to Die” were returning to theaters for the first time since the pandemic...
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  • ‘No Time To Die' Races Past $300M Global; ‘Venom 2' Storms Latin America; Disney Topping $2B WW For 2021 - International Box Office

    8 days ago - By Deadline

    Refresh for latest...: MGM/Eon/Universal's No Time To Die has sped the Aston Martin past the $300M global mark, coming off of an $89.54M sophomore frame at the international box office. That lifts James Bond 25's overseas cume to $257.27M and, including domestic's start this session, brings the worldwide total to $313.3M. The overall drop from...
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  • ‘No Time to Die' Shakes Up Box Office With $56 Million Opening

    8 days ago - By The Wrap

    MGM's “No Time to Die” has grossed a solid $56 million from 4,407 theaters this weekend, meeting studio independent tracker projections and posting one of the top 5 highest domestic openings of the year.
    Though more optimistic hopes from analysts and theater owners that Daniel Craig's final Bond film could perform similar to “Skyfall” or “Spectre” weren't realized, “No Time to Die” has still given the box office plenty of encouraging news. To start, MGM's internal polling showed that 25% of the audience for “No Time to Die” were returning to theaters for the first time since the pandemic...
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