05-Nov-2021 • No Time To Die
'No Time To Die' will be hitting premium video-on-demand streaming services in the USA on Tuesday 9th November.
That marks exactly 32 days after its first official day of theatrical release in the USA (Friday 8th October). With the 31 day 'only in theatres' distribution window closing, the title can now move on to VOD.
Which VOD services will be launching 'No Time To Die' remain to be confirmed (MI6 reached out to various platforms for comment but details were not forthcoming), although it is suspected that Apple TV will be at the forefront. Apple gained exclusive rights to stream the Daniel Craig documentary 'Being James Bond' before 'No Time To Die' was released in cinemas, and was likely part of a deal that secured VOD rights.
Keep an eye on this page on the Apple TV site.
Update: Amazon Prime Cinema and DirecTV are confirmed to be launching 'No Time To Die' for $19.99 on Tuesday at 5am.
With the film performing strongly at cinemas in the UK and Western Europe, and as it will not be released in Australia until November 11th, it is likely that this initial VOD launch will be limited to the US and Canada.