The Run Time Of James Bond’s Upcoming Release Increases Anticipation


James Bond is in itself a huge legacy. Through the course of its 20+ movies, it has given us brilliant moments filled with anxiety and thrill. It is one of the few franchises that we literally has witnessed a growth in as progressions were made in the landscape of cinema. We saw James Bond progress from the suave Sean Connery’s character to the ambiguous Daniel Craig’s character.

All the forms of the characters were huge stepping stones for that era. They literally imbibe the aura of the era they are in. each actor brought something to the table with this character whether it was magnetism or determination. The character grew with the portrayal of each actor. But Craig is really special as he is the only actor to portray the character for 3 decades. Not only that he now has to his name another record. He will now be the star of two of the longest movies in this franchise.

According to the theatre chain websites the upcoming Bond Movie No Time to Die will be 163 minutes long. This comes out to 2 hours and 43 minutes. This would make this the longest movie of the franchise. Previously this honour was held by Spectre, another Daniel Craig movie which had a run time of 160 minutes, of 2 hours and 40 minutes.

This run time cold change as it did not come through official sources and just the theatre chains. Edits could be made into the movie before its release.

This movie is quite special for the franchise as it would be Craig’s final outing as the character, and not only that we will see three villains from the previous movies into it. According o Craig this is the movie where everyone gave their all. Well if James Bond crew gave it their all, it is got to be special.

The movie along with Craig will also include Rami Malek, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Lea Seydoux, and Billy Magnussen


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