The next James Bond film might just be edging towards three hours, according to early reports.
Whilst the Daniel Craig era of James Bond movies has brought with us the shortest 007 movie – Quantum Of Solace – it’s also brough the longest, with Spectre just two minutes shy of two and a half hours.
But if early reports from a Russian and Latvian distributor are to be believed, his final James Bond adventure – No Time To Die – looks like being the longest yet.
As spotted by Anton Volkov over on Twitter, a provisional runtime of 174 minutes had been advised to Russian and Latvian exhibitors. Whether that includes trailers or not is unclear, but either way, the early signs are that the new James Bond film will be the longest.
Here are the Tweets…
— Anton Volkov (@antovolk) January 23, 2020
Now this may be a case of one source copying another, and in lieu of anything final, there’s a degree of salt required. But conversely, few would be surprised if the Craig era of Bond ended with such a long adventure.
We’ll keep you posted.
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