Bond’s Back: No Time To Die Records Biggest Opening Weekend Since Boxing Day 2019

Bond’s Back: No Time To Die Records Biggest Opening Weekend Since Boxing Day 2019
B&T Magazine
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In Daniel Craig’s final performance as 007, No Time To Die reports the biggest opening weekend since Boxing Day 2019.

The long awaited addition to the Bond saga attracted over 475,000 cinemagoers across the Thursday-Sunday opening weekend.

No Time To Die helped drive strong total admission figures across the weekend with 873,000 Aussies in total visiting the cinemas this weekend.

This is almost 30 percent higher than the previous weekend and the strongest weekend since July this year.

The box office smash hit brought in a massive $11.2m in its first four days at the Australian box office.

Guy Burbidge Managing Director of Val Morgan, said: “We’re thrilled to see Bond: No Time To Die deliver strong audience results in true 007 style.”

“In the wake of restrictions finally lifting across the entire nation, Australians are officially returning to the biggest screen of all, with admit figures sitting strong, up almost 30% on last weekend’s result, and well above the same weekend in 2019.

“It’s clear that there is no loss of appetite for the cinema as high-value audiences have rushed back to see a true cultural media moment that is Bond.”

The success of the new Bond flick is expected to ripple into the coming months with more major titles hitting cinema soon.

DuneThe Matrix: Resurrections, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Spider-Man No Way Home, and many more long awaited movies will hit Aussie cinema’s soon.

No Time To Die is the first Bond film since Spectre in 2015. The film is playing in cinemas around Australia.

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