"007" 60th Anniversary "No Time To Die" Re-Released In The United States


On October 5, 1962, the first film "007" was released. Since then, the "007" series of films has started a long-lasting 60 years. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the "007" series, and to commemorate the year, "007: No Time to Die" will be re-released in IMAX format in the United States this Friday. Creators Daniel Gregg, Kerry Fukunaga, Michael G. Wilson, and Barbara Broccoli will attend the Q&A.

"No Time to Die" is still starring Daniel Gregg, which is also his curtain call. The story tells the story of Bond, who is living a happy retirement in Jamaica. To help an old friend's commission, he went out again to rescue a kidnapped scientist. However, the risk factor was far beyond expectations. The path of the mysterious villain.

The film was released on the mainland on October 29, 2021, and finally achieved a box office of 414 million yuan. The performance can be said to be disappointing for fans who like this series of films. However, in the world, "No Time to Die" has achieved exceptionally good results. Since its release, the film has grossed $160 million in North America and $774 million worldwide, making it the third-highest box office in the 007 series. the film, behind only Skyfall at $1.1 billion and Spectre at $880 million. At the same time, "No Time to Die" is also the second highest-grossing film in the United States in 2021, second only to "Spider-Man: Homeless Heroes" at $1.62 billion, although the gap is a bit big!