New reports suggest that Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond 007 will edge over 160 minutes.

One of the by-products of Daniel Craig’s impressive tenure as James Bond 007 has been a gradually extending of the running times of the films themselves. Whilst Craig has found himself in the shortest James Bond film, Quantum Of Solace, 2015’s Spectre was also the longest, at 148 minutes.

But now that’s been topped.

The incoming No Time To Die, Craig’s swansong in the role of 007, is now reported to clock in at 163 minutes in total, making it the longest Bond adventure by distance. Cinema chains in both the US and the Netherlands have reported the running time, and so whilst it’s not 100% officially confirmed, the strong indicators suggest that’s now a matter of time before it is.

The movie arrives at the start of April, and we’ll have more on it in due course.

Esquire

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