A Daniel Craig didn't like Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell's theme “No Time To Die” at first. According to one of the producers of the song which was released a few months ago when the launch of the new James Bond film was expected the brothers developed the song for three days on the singer's tour. Passing it on to the music producer and composer of the film Hans Zimmer who today told us more about his work to give him the final arrangements. Despite the initial rejection of him. He later understood what was behind the subject that will end his stage as a secret agent in the cinema.
Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and starring Rami Malek as the villain Safin and Ana de Armas as Paloma, No Time to Die streaming full movie online No Time to Die marks Craig's latest adventure as 007 on the big screen. The actor has emotionally said goodbye to the character, he did not have a good start with the main theme that accompanies the latest James Bond film. According to British music producer Stephen Lipson, who worked with Finneas and Eilish on the subject, the lead actor was not happy with the song. It was only after Lipson played it live for Craig in an intimate way that the performer realized what was behind the lyrics.
“I asked Finneas and Billie to give me a climactic and climactic vocal theme, and even though she wasn't really sure, I knew they were going to pull it off. But we had to get Daniel's approval. So I finished the mix, we were happy happy, but we had to get Daniel to listen to it and approve it. But he wasn't sure it was the right emotional climax for his last Bond movie, ”he admits. After that moment of disappointment, the producer invited the actor to the studio and introduced the song to him in a different way.
The last movie of the James Bond series, “No Time To Die” topped the international box office in its first weekend. The last movie of the series earned $119 million at the worldwide box office in its first weekend. The movie has not yet been released in us.
The film, in which Daniel Craig plays the character of James Bond, reached the best opening numbers in 24 countries, including Germany, Japan and Hong Kong. In 21 countries, including the UK, the film achieved the best opening revenue after the pandemic.
The release date of the movie has been delayed for a long time due to the pandemic. The director of the film, Danny Boyle, left the project, and due to the worldwide closure of cinemas due to the pandemic, the vision date of the film was postponed first to November 2020, then to April 2021 and finally to October.
By Universal producers' estimates (via Daily Mail), the long-overdue film grossed between £ 4.5m and £ 5m on its first day at the box office on Thursday (September 30). These day one ticket sales are 13% higher than for the latest Bond film, Specter, from 2015, but 26% lower than for Skyfall (2012).
As Deadline reports, the film is estimated to gross 83 million pounds ($ 113 million) at the international box office on its opening weekend, “No Time To Die” making it the first Hollywood film to exceed $ 113 million. $ 100 million outside the United States during the pandemic.
The premiere of No Time To Die has been delayed several times due to the pandemic. After being pushed back from its original release date of April 2, 2020, fans were hoping to see the next installment of the franchise in the UK on November 12 and in the US on November 20 of last year.
A revised release date was then set for April 2, 2021 - exactly one year after its original presentation - before COVID restrictions around the world delayed the film once again until October 8 of this year. . Then a slightly earlier release date was set, September 30, and the film opened last week.
No Time to Die is expected to bring as much as Skyfall but 17% less than Specter, the two previous releases. It grossed $ 25.6 million (£ 18.9 million) just three days after its release in the UK and Ireland, adding $ 11.4 million (£ 8.4 million) on Saturday, making it the highest-grossing box office day in the history of the franchise.
Talk to Sky News before release. In his latest role as a secret agent, Craig said it was "kind of interesting" to see the movie finally hit theaters.