The new James Bond film is definitely a 12A in the UK, and is definitely going to last 163 minutes and change as well.

Very mild spoilers for No Time To Die lie ahead. Not that we’ve seen the film yet.

We’ve penned more shocking and surprising news stories than this one, but nonetheless, it’s all now confirmed. The brand new James Bond film No Time To Die finally arrives in cinemas in the next few days, and the BBFC has given it a 12A certificate here in the UK.

It’s also confirmed the bottom-testing running time, with the film going on for 163 minutes and 26 seconds (including end credits).

Specific things to look out for in this one? “There is infrequent strong language (‘f**k’), as well as milder terms such as ‘bloody’, ‘shit’, ‘screwing around’, ‘Jesus’, ‘Christ’, ‘God’, ‘damn’ and ‘hell’”.

You’re also getting some violence for your money and “mild sex references and innuendo, as well as occasional discreet establishments of sex”. The film is said to also include a racist remark “to a black character who meets it with a very firm and forceful challenge”.

The full BBFC guidance on the film can be read here.

The movie arrives in UK cinemas on September 30th.

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