While James Bond’s latest outing No Time To Die is all set to release in a few weeks, the latest reports suggest that the Daniel Craig’s fifth and final Bond film will be the longest film in the history of 007 series.
According to Regal and Pathe Netherlands a US-based theatre chains, both have listed No Time To Die as 163 minutes long (2 hours and 43 minutes). Previously Spectre was the longest bond film with 148 minutes (2 Hours and 28 Minutes).
However, the runtime doesn’t amuse us because director Cary Joji Fukunaga has stated that the film is all about 007 making peace with everything he has done and suffered by completing his final and most challenging mission. Reportedly, not every time their runtime is accurate, previously the same theatre chain listed Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker at 155 minutes long, but it was actually only 142 minutes. However, the producers are yet to announce an official runtime for the film.
Ever since Daniel Craig replaced Pears Pierce Brosnan, the series has seen some major changes and interconnected plot lines.