November 6, 2021
MGM/United Artists Releasing’s latest James Bond movie, No Time to Die, is set to hit premium video-on-demand channels on Nov. 9 — one month after the movie’s North American release.
While no official announcement has been made, media reports say the movie will be available for $19.99 and a 48-hour rental window on premium video-on-demand platforms Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Comcast’s Xfinity Store, DirecTV Stream, Charter’s Spectrum TV and Fandango-owned Vudu. The news was first reported by Variety.
No Time to Die is the fifth and final Bond movie featuring Daniel Craig as Agent 007. The film has generated more than $667million at the global box office, including nearly $144 million domestically.
The 30-day theatrical window mirrors Universal Pictures’ approach to many of its 2021 movie releases. MGM recently offered The Addams Family 2 on PVOD about a month after its theatrical debut. The animation sequel generated more than $93 million at the global box office, including more than $53 million domestically.