Rumored Runtime of The Film No Time to Die Is Longest in James Bond Films History

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Rumors emerge about the actual length of the twenty-fifth film of the James Bond saga, No Time To Die, starring Daniel Craig, for the last time in the role of Agent 007.

It seems that the new chapter is the longest in the history of the franchise , provided that the runtime leaked in these hours is actually correct.

If confirmed, No Time To Die would last just under three hours. According to what is reported by Anton Volkov of Web Trailer Track on Twitter, who shared information from two different distributors of the film, from Russia and Latvia, the duration of the film should be around 2 hours and 54 minutes. The pre-sale tickets for the film should be available shortly, and this is why the distributors have this information.

A duration that would even exceed Specter, currently the longest film in the saga with 2 hours and 28 minutes. Casino Royale stands at 2 hours and 24 minutes, with Skyfall stopping just behind, with 2 hours and 23 minutes. Daniel Craig also participated in the shortest film chapter of the saga, or Quantum of Solace, which lasts a total of 1 hour and 47 minutes.

For the moment there are still many mysteries around No Time To Die, beyond the plot that was spread long ago, which tells of a Bond returned to service to help an old friend of the CIA, who runs into an evil and brilliant opponent. The cast also includes Jeffrey Wright and Oscar winner Rami Malek, with music by Hans Zimmer and Johnny Marr, and the soundtrack by Billie Eilish. Phoebe Waller-Bridge also collaborated on the No Time To Die script.

Recently, the cast members unveiled their first Bond, the first film in the saga they saw; A battered James Bond image was also posted on the web.

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