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No Time to Die Sets Multiple Records With a $119 Million International Box Office Debut

While it has yet to premiere in North America, No Time to Die has already earned $119.1 million in 54 markets in its international debut and has become the first Hollywood film to cross $100 million in its overseas launch without China during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As reported by THR, the 25th James Bond film earned $11.4 million in the U.K. and Ireland on Saturday, earning it the records of the highest box office single day for any Bond film and the highest single-day earnings for any movie in the pandemic era.

It is expected to also achieve the “third-biggest weekend of the Bond franchise with $34.8 million, and the sixth-biggest for any film.”

No Time to Die has been a huge success in IMAX as well, as it set the best opening weekend for a Bond film in 24 countries and was the best pandemic-era opening in 21 markets, including the U.K., Hong Kong, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, and Norway.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which earned $13.8 million in its international debut in Russia only, also broke a pandemic record with a $90.1 million opening in North America. In its third weekend internationally, Dune earned another $13.7 million to surpass $100 million overall.

No Time to Die will premiere in North America on October 8 and will be the fifth and final film starring Daniel Craig as James Bond. In 2022, the search for the next James Bond will begin.

For more, check out our No Time to Die review, our explainer of the ending, and how Daniel Craig hopes that James Bond has “changed a lot” while he has played him.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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