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'No Time To Die' box office remains strong in Europe, starts to cool off in UK

27-Oct-2021 • No Time To Die

In its fourth weekend internationally (the USA opened a week later), 'No Time To Die' has now crossed the $500m mark globally, and is only the second Western film in 2021 to do so.

'No Time To Die's international total now stands at $405.6m. This weekend added $33.1m. $28.3m was from Universal's markets where the film dropped an average 37% compared to last week, whereas MGM's countries made $4.8m and saw a 49% drop. 

Europe and Japan remain strongholds for the film, with Germany keeping Bond at #1 with only a 28% drop and holding off newcomer 'Venom 2.' Germany's total haul stands at $56m - identical to 'SPECTRE' after 4 weekends on release. France is up to $21.6m. The Netherlands had a stunning weekend, only dropping 3% week on week, to a total of $16m. Russia has kept Bond at #1 after 3 weeks for a total of $10.9m. Japan has reached $18.7m, edging out 'SPECTRE's past performance. 

The UK dropped heavily though, down 46% week on week, but its total did cross the $100m mark. Despite a bombastic opening with many cinemas sold out regularly, the film is now is trailing both 'SPECTRE' and 'Skyfall' by $25-$30m at the same point, and that is not even accounting for inflation.

All eyes will now be on China as the film opens there this weekend.

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