• Why ‘No Time to Die' Box Office Could Skyfall Despite Strong Reviews

    6 days ago - By The Wrap

    While MGM's “No Time to Die” has performed strongly at the box office overseas, Daniel Craig's final James Bond film faces a big challenge in the United States this weekend amid an increasingly crowded marketplace and the ongoing unwillingness of older moviegoers to come to theaters.
    This weekend, the Bond film will be going up against the third weekend of Sony's “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” as well as two newcomers in Universal/Blumhouse's “Halloween Kills” and 20th Century's “The Last Duel.” “Halloween Kills” is expected to take No. 1 with a $35-40 million opening, while “No Time to...
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  • Peter Bart: James Bond Is Stirring Box Offices Again, But Franchise Might Have Lost Best Shot At Female Lead Decades Ago

    6 days ago - By Deadline

    After nearly 60 years of heroics, James Bond today seems more revered than beloved. His newest iteration, No Time to Die, has delivered a welcome jolt to exhibitors worldwide, though to some filmgoers , the movie plays more like Daniel Craig's Long Goodbye. Craig has bowed out gracefully, though, in contrast to some of...
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