It's the grand finale for Daniel Craig as a cult agent: James Bond 007 – No Time Dying with the Hollywood star in the lead role is said to take almost 3 hours. This is the latest information from a Russian cinema operator. We'll tell you the hottest details about the new Bond movie, Specter was previously the longest Bond movie ever. But soon he may pass on the torch to Daniel Craig's last mission as 007. According to a new announcement, James Bond 007 – No Time To Die has an incredible runtime of almost 3 hours. At least that's what the official website of a Russian cinema operator says.
The website kinoteatr.ru has already included the new bond in the program, probably in preparation for the pre-sale start. According to the page, James Bond 007 – No Time To Die entertains the audience for a full 174 minutes. Of course, this is not an official statement from the studio and it is equally uncertain whether the editing of the film has already been completed. On the other hand, corresponding information from Russian cinema operators for other large-scale projects was extremely close to the actual data. This also affected messages about Avengers 4: Endgame and Blade Runner 2049, for example.
As Mi6-HQ notes, the runtime, if it turns out to be correct, could cause problems with the IMAX evaluation of no time to die. At 174 minutes, Bond 25 would reach the limit of the logistically feasible length of an IMAX film, shown by 70mm, as is scheduled for No Time To Die. It remains to be seen whether Bond 25 will really be that long until official reports from the responsible studio are circulating. James Bond 007 – No Time To Die starts on April 2nd, 2020 in German cinemas. The trailer for the spy action film can now be found in our video player under this text.
Sources: kinoteatr.ru, MI6 HQ