Kinguin Affiliate Bestsellers

If the pandemic hadn’t wreaked havoc on the theatrical industry last year, No Time to Die would have come out in April 2020. Alas, we live in the timeline where Daniel Craig’s fifth and final James Bond movie had to be shuffled around several times before settling into its final October 8 domestic release date. Now that we’re several days separated from this long-awaited arrival, let’s go over how No Time to Die did on its opening weekend stateside.

Accounting for Indigenous People’ Day acting as a federal holiday today for numerous people around the country, No Time to Die is expected to pull in over $60 million over its first four full days in theaters. Today’s haul is estimated between $5-$6 million, according to Deadline. For comparison, it’ll be in the ballpark of the $5.3 million Spectre pulled in domestically on its first Monday, as well as outpaces Casino Royale’s $3.8 million and Quantum of Solace’s $4.1 million. However, of the Daniel Craig James Bond movies, Skyfall will still have the best first Monday performance, having collected $11.3 million since in 2012, Veterans Day fell on a Sunday.

Become a football legend with FIFA 22

Source link