After being delayed for more than a year, the James Bond movie No Time To Die opens this weekend in 50+ markets around the world ahead of its US debut, and it is expected to generate a good amount of money, at least by pandemic-era standards.
According to Deadline, No Time to Die could make around $90 million from its international debut this weekend. That much money would be a “big win,” according to Deadline. For comparison, it would be ahead of F9, which made $69.5 million during its opening weekend internationally earlier this year.
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